Though I'm hoping that for him it's just a nice upgrade over the PC he's currently stuck using.
I wonder if Titan AE's on this thing since the mouse bought just about everything
Also, now I want to call systemd the gisnep of floss systems
Online discourse --
While it seems most common with random people, it's disturbing how many people either can't or won't take principled stances anymore. Like "murder is wrong" or "stealing is wrong". I see people making tortured analogies to rationalize why it's okay this time, but not the other.
If your stances are so flexible, can you really say you stand for anything other than making yourself feel better?
I'm really enjoying Nier: Replicant, but the hitboxes are crazy. I feel spoiled by so much Soulsbourne gaming, now it's tricky judging just how long I can attack something before it's impossible to dodge/block. It's a fun game and interesting world, but holy crap the combat's taking forever to adjust to.
However, on the way back to HQ, I listened to Encephalon's "The Transhuman Condition" and it was a hecking bop as always, complete with frission, so that was awesome
Apartments really need to be designed with good airflow in the kitchen. I can't run the self-clean cycle on my oven or properly season my cast iron without filling the apartment with smoke, and there's no good way to purge it.
So I end up opening lots of windows and running bathroom vents to hopefully prevent it from hanging around for very long.
While I'm waiting for laundry to finish, I think it's worth writing a few notes on FC6:
Firstly fuck Ubisoft, no intentions on buying new games from them anytime soon.
Secondly, I think it was a bit weird and shoehorned to make Paolo trans. It comes up like three times and has no real impact on the story. He's a good character, it's just oddly focused on.
The game was a lot of fun, but with way too many side-quests. Giancarlo Esposito makes a brilliant villain and he's fantastic here
Today I discovered something nightmarish and new with the JS ecosystem!
For some ridiculous reason (probably the same reason as people defending use of MD5 and SHA-1) builds have been verified against MD4 digests.
So glad I only have to regularly deal with different insanity.
Episode 39: The TinyNES (An Open Hardware "Tiny Nostalgia Evocation Square") https://fossandcrafts.org/episodes/39-tinynes.html
WHAT'S THIS?! An open hardware NES, but using the original chips?!? And it's running a crowdfunding campaign! https://www.crowdsupply.com/tall-dog-electronics/tinynes/
OMG! We interview Dan Gilbert all about it!