During the Cold War, to prevent a full-on nuclear war, the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 501: all international conflicts were to be brought to the table ? the ping-pong table. Based on the Penny Arcade comic strip series, Paint the Line is an expandable card game that brings this over-the-top Cold War Era ping-pong to life. Red Tide is the first set, featuring Tycho Brahe (US) and Oksana Svedlovigoba (USSR).
The second most popular web server on the planet no longer comes from Microsoft. It comes from NGINX. And now, the tiny Russian outfit wants to actually make some money from its widely popular open source server software. This week, the company announced that it’s now officially offering technical support and consulting services to businesses everywhere. In others words, if you sign a three- to twelve-month contract, the company will help you install and configure the NGINX web server — a means of hosting web sites — and when things go wrong, it help with that too.