Aspyr Media has announced it is developing and will publish the PC and Mac version of Guitar Hero III.
You'll be able to play the game with a USB guitar, keyboard or a combination of mouse and keyboard.
According to the game's producer Jay Gordon the PC version is expected to arrive in stores alongside console versions before Christmas....
> Someone save Britney Spears. Even though Spears is making approximately $700,000/month, the poor girl can't afford panties! It might be a good idea if Victoria's Secret or Hanes could hire Spears as a model and supply her with a lifetime supply of underwear.
> In advance of the next speech by George W. Bush, you can create his latest justification for going to and staying in Iraq. Visit the Magnetic War Rhetoric Kit.
> The next time you visit a public restroom, which politician comes to mind? Republican Sen. Larry Craig?
> It appears that Norm Coleman's campaign for re-election is having problems.
A new Rasmussen poll points to more political trouble for Sen. Norm Coleman. The first-term Republican holds narrow leads over his two announced 2008 challengers, comedian Al Franken and attorney Mike Ciresi. According to the survey, which was conducted on September 6, Coleman holds a 46-41 advantage over Franken, while maintaining a 46-42 lead over Ciresi. With the margin of error at +/- 4.5 percent, it means both potential races are virtually even. As Joe Bodell points out over at Minnesota Monitor, Coleman's lead has steadily eroded throughout the year.....
> Bob Ney's former aide is in the news. Dispatch:
The new life for Neil Volz is one of legal debts, cooperation with federal prosecutors and a $1,900-a-month job helping homeless veterans.
It is a far cry from his former life in six-figure jobs working for a congressman and a powerful Washington lobbyist -- a life that also included witnessing drunken tirades by a power-hungry lawmaker from Licking County.
Volz was chief of staff to Rep. Bob Ney, R-Heath, and later an aide to lobbyist Jack Abramoff, both of whom are in prison. This morning, Volz is to appear in U.S. District Court to learn whether his new life will help persuade Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle to let him escape jail time.....
Every week, we continue to get updates on the lives of the corrupt Republicans who brought such shame to the state of Ohio. It helps remind Ohioans that Republicans may not have provided jobs in the state but they did give us scandals.