Never forget that the phrase “life finds a way” is in reference to an uprising of trans dinosaurs
Strengths: works well under pressure
Weaknesses: doesn’t work otherwise
Boeing’s Vertol 107 helicopter being used to pull a barge 50 miles through ice
Any time I wonder if I’m cheating something too much to camera for the sake of telling the story more clearly, I remember this shot of Richard Attenborough looking at the side of a TV is in one of the biggest films of all time.
Bonne journée 😃
Avec internet et les smartphones, on n’a pas de photos du monstre du Loch Ness, mais au moins on a des vidéos verticales de tous les animaux qui tiennent dans la paume d’une main. Et c’est mal, faut laisser les animaux tranquilles, mais c’est quand même bien intéressant. #LastRT
Very pleased that the single-use bathrooms in my @UUtah office building now have information about WHAT is in them, rather than signs about WHO can use them.
UPSes are so expensive and big and all I need is something to give the NAS time to shut down 😫 (And maybe keep my router online for a bit since it’s in the same closet.)
I still think it’s silly that Synology doesn’t sell plug-and-play supercapacitor modules for their NASes 💸
Je n’arrête pas de repenser à ce débat du premier tour de 2017 où la seule chose sur laquelle j’avais trouvé Macron sincère était sa détestation de Le Pen 💀💀💀
Maybe they thought it’d make a great demo for their Unreal-to-HTML pipeline but you better believe that on a Retina screen it is very much not that — besides the horrible load times.
I kept forgetting to try MetaHuman now that it’s public and… are you kidding me, it’s a webapp?? A webapp that takes entire minutes to load? YOU’RE THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THE GAME ENGINE WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU.
I’ve had enough of hippo propaganda
stop slandering sharks
This wouldn’t be a very good magic trick if you could see the marks. We need invisible marks.
One of these decks is unmarked, the other is marked with this special ink that is only visible under specific IR conditions.
Déjà que le Canada Dry n’existe pas en version sans sucre, en plus la bouteille est tellement longue qu’elle ne tient nulle part dans le frigo. S’ils veulent vraiment tout faire pour me décourager d’en acheter, je ne vais pas m’entêter, hein.
every day I log on to twitter dot com and have to explain the concept of a joke from first principles to people who have never heard one
Défilé de prélèvements nasaux devant moi, et la pharmacienne qui les pratique en continuant joyeusement à ne pas mettre de masque. Le mois prochain je vais ailleurs.
Beau début d’après-midi :
“J’ai attrapé froid” => COVID +
“J’ai un mal de gorge” => COVID +
“J’ai des allergies” => COVID +
“J’ai une bronchite” => COVID +
biking to the ferry building (1906) (laser remaster)
Citizen Sleeper (PC) —
I was quite put off initially by the narrator’s voice (trying too much to be like Disco Elysium without the same flair) but loved everything else — the world, the stories, the mechanics, even if they were a little awkward at first. I do wish there weren’t achievements for the narratives endings, because they really cheapen what could be interesting player choices.
Huh, PC Gamer doesn’t have an RSS feed anymore, and Feedly’s option to create it from the webpage requires a subscription upgrade. Oh well, guess I’ll go on not immediately knowing what’s up with games 🤷🏻♂️ It’s actually quite relaxing.
Are You My Mother? (Alison Bechdel) —
Well, I wouldn’t have bought this if I’d known it was a mess of a book about psychoanalysis.
Here’s a great photo of the ISS by J. Mccarthy.
The reason why the ISS keeps its relative size against both the Sun and the Moon is due to a remarkable coincidence: the diameter of the Moon is 400x smaller than the diameter of the Sun, but it is also 400x closer to us!
How different animals fight… 😂
Before Your Eyes (PC) —
The ending got me, so I can’t be overly negative about the game, but it was a bit of a slog to get there. And if you’re gonna make a game that requires me to keep focused on the screen for almost two hours, you ought to make it a lot more enjoyable to watch than this. (Props for animating the cat so well, though.)
On a technical level, it suffered from the fact that I was playing on a crappy webcam with my PC (which is inevitably gonna be the experience of a majority of players) so it occasionally missed blinks, and immersion suffered. But this kind of experiment is going to become extremely interesting when we get VR headsets with eye tracking.
During the heat wave last week I picked up my iPad Pro instead of the Mini, to get a bigger screen without leaving my bed. I… haven’t touched the Mini again since.
Maybe the market’s right after all: the Mini feels great in hand, but its screen is too small (for my aging eyes).
My totally realistic idea of the day is to make a game — solo of course — at the intersection of Outer Wilds and a Culture novel. Bear in mind, I could easily make it work as a mostly text-based adventure, but the problem is I enjoy flying spaceships around planets.
Horse playing with a ball.. 😊
The thing about fascism is that the fascists are never the majority, nor are they usually that clever, but people accommodate them and placate them in the name of ‘balance’.
They preach moderation and de-escalation until, whoops, the fascists are suddenly in charge.
I mean, it’s a drag, and we’re all busy, but there’s going to need to be some kind of revolution
I wish there wasn’t this relentless need to not only hide controls in some dropdown menu but also this relentless need to “minimize” controls either. This is getting out of hand. What is wrong with just displaying a text field?
Privacy must be the default because you never know if what you’ve been talking about may suddenly become evidence
Je viens d’annuler par erreur un rendez-vous sur @doctolib parce que les boutons disaient “Annuler / Conserver” et mon cerveau mal réveillé a lu “Annuler / Confirmer” 😒😒😒