O, how glorious would it be to set my heel upon the Pole and turn myself 360 degrees in a second!

The Xbox 360 is the first console that I've ever worked with that actually has development tools that are better for games than what we've had on PC.

I was hitting .360 when I was diagnosed. I didn't forget how to play while I was recovering. I don't know if the cancer is gone for good. I don't think anyone ever knows, but no one is going to steal my joy for as along as I'm able to play baseball.

We're going to turn this team around 360 degrees.

Now he must not go the wrong way round the circuit, and unless he can spin himself stationary through 360 degrees I fail to see how he can avoid doing so.

But I've been surprised over the years.

I mean, someone told me the other day that maybe 360 million people have played this game in the world. That's a lot of people.

You can always think of something like the Xbox 360 as a super set-top box that can do everything the set-top box does, but then have the graphics to do the games as well.

I do close to 30 minutes in cardio at a very high rate.

I raise the level of intensity. I do a level 18 on the elliptical at four miles an hour for 20 minutes. That's 360 calories. I want to see someone else try that. The resistance factor at 18 is brutal. No one goes to 20.

Art is not predictable. Art is not golf, as great as that may be. There are 360 degrees of choice to make.