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But I'm more interested in seeing which of the crowdfunding websites ends up being more reputable, for projects like this. In terms of delivering their product, doing so on time, etc.
Some are certainly more important than others...
But purely from an intellectual standpoint, it'll be interesting seeing which of the sites end up on top. And why.
He's so good at hacking he got a girlfriend.
That... is probably the best hacking skill of all time.
The availability of old games I had to pass up because I couldn't afford them on my allowance at the time doesn't change that.
Hitting something with a hammer, you FEEL how hard you hit it and how far you've driven the nail in.
touching the screen doesn't give you that.
If a 3d display can fix THIS, then it'll be the new thing. But right now, keyboard and mouse offer tactile feedback, and the touchscreen does not. a 3d space where you wave your arms around? If it's anything like the Kinect I tried, it won't do.
People who only know how to communicate in one language never really understand how easy it is to figure out how to solve translation problems. Learning a new language is incredibly easy and it's probably one of the most valuable tools that you can get as a human being. Why? Because communication is key to human advancement.
It's true that learning how to code will make you a more valuable worker. But it's not the only way and it's not a fire and forget solution. If you don't learn how to code, and you don't learn another language, you're holding yourself back in ways you'll never be able to understand.
Welcome to level 2.
Yes, it's almost enough to make you want to do a price comparison at an actual Republican convention.
Some tidbits here: That's $60, for one gun, on one character, on one server, you still have to buy ammo for it, and if the game goes under (again) you're up shit creek without an MP5. And there doesn't seem to be a way to reach the developers to tell them that this is moronic.