Exciting stuff! Releasing my first physical game today!
Please don't be shy to Boost!
The wealthy can just buy citizenship wherever they like, corporations can move their production around to wherever the labour laws are most lax and where the local authorities will gladly violently oppress the workforce for them, but anyone else crossing borders is treated like a criminal.
Tear down the walls and fences, NO BORDERS
@requiem There is a site that sells replacement controller and display kit for
~$200 for rad bikes that is more configurable and lets you increase top speed. So I think my plan is to leave as is until my warranty is up then consider that kit.
Sesame Street, a show created for public access television to help kids from low-income families learn to read and write, is being put being a paywall which will prevent the kids who most need it from accessing it.
The past 50 seasons are also included in that so they can't be streamed anywhere else.
Pirate Sesame Street.
Handheld device talk
Some more cool stuff happening with odroid go lately. A new application called ogo-shell that aims to be a kind of general purpose environment. So far it has a music player, file browser and can display images. A number of other functions planned for the future. https://github.com/Paspartout/ogo-shell
The emulator launchers are also seeing continued improvement.
Handheld device talk
Odroid Go and PSP are both pretty inexpensive and pocketable game playing devices. I think they are both worth having. Odroid go is more versatile in terms of non-gaming uses has better battery life and is smaller and easier to keep with you than the psp. The PSP is hands down better for serious gaming and is still pocketable. Also, the removable battery could be nice if you have multiple batteries.
Twitter admits email address and phone number given for security purposes was used for targeted ads
I'm going camping this weekend.
Last time I did this, I got drunk and alienated a bunch of people on Mastodon, so followers, brace yourselves.
Related, I'm planning to experiment with a communal meal in the form of a "stone soup"-like experiment. I'm asking the others to bring an ingredient and we'll throw everything into a pot and throw it on the fire.
To avoid a complete disaster if/when everyone else fails to bring something I want to bring a few basic ingredients that will ensure a "minimal viable meal".
Are there any recipes for such a thing? At the moment I'm planning on bringing some meat and potatoes, throwing that in some water and applying heat, but if there's a better plan you're aware of, please share.
Wow, there are a LOT of emulators available on the psp. There is even a DS emulator? I'm not sure how that would work but I assume not well.
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