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Teacher Created Resources Products - Teacher Created Resources - Word Racer Game, Ages 5 & Up, 2-4 Players - Sold As 1 Each - Each "driver" draws a sentence card, chooses a sight word and reads the sentence. - If the sentence is correct, he or she moves forward. - Comes with game board, 50 sentence cards and six race car markers. - For 2-4 players, ages 5 & up. -
Teacher Created Resources - Word Racer Game, Ages 5 & Up, 2-4 Players - Sold As 1 Each
Build word recognition and social skills with a fun reading game. Each "driver" draws a sentence card and completes the sentence to move forward. Comes with game board, 50 sentence cards and six race car markers. For 2-4 players, ages 5 & up. Games/Manipulatives Type: Word Recognition; Age Recommendation: Ages 5 and Up; Number of Cards: N/A; For Use With: N/A.
Each "driver" draws a sentence card, chooses a sight word and reads the sentence.
If the sentence is correct, he or she moves forward.
Comes with game board, 50 sentence cards and six race car markers.
For 2-4 players, ages 5 & up.
Includes game board, 50 sentence cards and six race car markers.
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TTR Ch0mpr from Team Technique Racing being interviewed by DirecTV live at the CGI in LA DEC 2006.
ChOmpr or as some of you know him as 'Chomp on this' dominated the WCG (World Cyber Games) in 2006. Chompr is one of the worlds greatest drivers on all racing games on the XBOX 1 and 360 but particularly PGR series where he gained the nick name 'THE MACHINE' merely because unlike most of his opponents his skill and consistency are second to non... Well only his other team mates!
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Playing board for the 1950's air race game,showing the bakelite dice shaker,and 3 of the plastic aeroplane playing pieces.
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The Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 game systems have changed the face of home entertainment. But few know the amazing story inside the consoles--how David Shippy and his team of top-notch engineers at the Sony/Toshiba/IBM Design Center (STI) forged the tiny miracle at the core of it all: a revolutionary microprocessor chip that set a new paradigm in personal computing. It's a thrilling, all-or-nothing race to deliver the industry's fastest chip in record time. At stake were the livelihoods--and sanity--of an unsung group of tireless visionaries. At war were the giants Microsoft and Sony.
The tough road to market started in 2001 when Shippy assembled the talent to design the chip for Sony's hotly anticipated PlayStation 3 game console, planned for a late 2005 release. In 2003, a gigantic wrench was thrown into the operation in the form of Microsoft--the software behemoth wanted the STI team's microprocessor for its own Xbox 360 and targeted Christmas, 2005, as well. As they desperately served two masters, balancing Microsoft's "victory or death" attitude and Sony's slow patience and caution, Shippy and his team endured 80-hour workweeks, flaring tempers, crumbled friendships, despair, and finally--triumph.
The Race For A New Game Machine is a dazzling, behind-the-scenes account of life in the tech world, featuring memorable characters, high-level corporate intrigue, and cutthroat business dealings. Driving the technical accomplishment was the bold vision that inspired the designers at STI, and throughout the book David Shippy and Mickie Phipps reveal the leadership lessons they drew from this experience, including team motivation, fostering innovation, and demanding hard work while encouraging fun.
The Ultimate Technology Challenge
My team and I had worked tirelessly at IBM for two and a half years, breathing life into the Sony PlayStation 3 "Cell" central processing chip. We ordered our lives around the idea of beating Microsoft to market with a Christmas launch.
Now Chekib Akrout, IBM's senior vice president responsible for the PlayStation's chip team, told me another customer wanted our secret-weapon, record-smashing PowerPC microprocessor core. It was Microsoft.
"How did this happen?" I grumbled through gritted teeth.
"Let's just say it was a blockbuster, an offer IBM couldn't refuse," he answered. Over a billion dollars were involved, spanning the entire spectrum from development to chip manufacturing.
"There's more," Akrout said. "Microsoft wants something very similar to what you designed for Sony but with some unique enhancements, and they want it on the same schedule." He then described the design changes Microsoft needed for a super-aggressive, market-shaking Christmas launch.
Akrout didn't blink. It took me a second, but I got the message.
My goals were very clear when I joined IBM in the mid 1980s. I wanted cutting-edge microprocessor design projects that really pushed the state of the art. I wanted to lead design teams and leave my mark on the industry. This vision was the focal point of my whole career. Akrout handed me one of the top technology leadership positions in the entire industry and at that moment, I saw the top of the mountain, everything I wanted. Would I have to stake my claim by screwing Sony and extending Microsoft's dominance of digital life? Or could I help them both succeed?
--from the Prologue
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