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I miss the times when updates were delivered on floppys. This was so much more expensive for the software vender and therefore the updates were better tested. Now the work and cost are only with the enduser.(MarcusK)
[21:11] Archaeogaming is a blog about "archaeology both of and in video games". In this case they are writing about the exploration of a base abandoned by another player in No Man's Sky. Pretty interesting. A topic I never had in mind before. (I forgot where I found the the article that led me to archaeogaming, so no via this time, I'm afraid.)
[19:06] This guy in Cleveland built a huge AT-AT as Halloween decoration. Not really spooky, but impressive nonetheless.
[18:55] You can votekill a plant on reddit. Yes, I know you're supposed to let it live, but this basically puts a lifeform in jeopardy. Even though it is "just" a plant, this might be the first time a bot has the clout to kill. (Main website with more info.)
[14:43] Gah, I really need to work on my touch type capabilities. I'm faster than most of my colleagues, but whenever I notice that I'm not concentrating on the keyboard I immediately lose track of the keys. I guess I'll go for Klavaro.
To create things that live in the digital world, I only need my laptop, electricity, and a bit of disk space.(Pamela Fox)
[15:31] The people who invented and implemented the Like button and the like seek professional help to quit their use of social networks. The article is both interesting and scary.
[15:27] Seems like you need to fax a spanish letter to the Dominican Republic in order to register a .do domain. Must be this vintage trend ...