From SCTV to Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day and so many guilty pleasures from the 80s
You will be missed
So imagine you have super-realistic characters, then you have them do something impossible like ride a dragon or glitch out on the physics engine... no matter how many hours you put in making them look really Real all it takes is one fuckup and you find yourself staring up from the Uncanny Valley wondering what happened.
at least you'll see it coming...
It's really easy to imagine just going to a community box if you are an able bodied person with a vehicle but if you're elderly or otherwise have mobility issues
-People not picking up mail for months at a time
-Old people breakin' hips
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I have tons of storage, good AV playback, lots of apps that do what I want, games still play pretty well (or are a video card update away)
I have two machines currently, the newest one is reaching the 4 and half year mark and it's still fast / reliable. The other has been kicking around for 7+ and even that still runs all my productivity software / backup storage.
I mean a decade ago I was cycling about every 2 years but there were a lot of leaps between those generations usually.
I mean I've thought about building a whole new machine again but I can't justify it when I have existing stuff doing everything I want right here.
What doesn't? I think my hedge clippers have Netflix..
Does it work without a Hedge Clippers Live Gold subscription?
...which actually sounds pretty good
*stumbles sideways falls over stegosaurus*
Try to take over the world
I don't know, the monkey-propelled variety is kind of warm...
Yeah, I feel a bit swindled
"Flying Death Sphere" would have gotten me to click just as well
Google could find what I was looking for, it could understood context between terms, pages, it just seemed to hit the result bang on every time (compared to other searches where I would go 10 pages before refining search terms again or start playing with arcane operators).
The fact that it was an ultra-simplistic design with non-invasive (and sometimes actually functional) advertising was GREATLY appreciated, but not necessary.
The last search engine I used prior to Google was MetaCrawler, mostly because I could get aggregate results from different search engines and pick through that mess to try to find what I was looking for. (But also to snoop on peoples' search terms, which in 1999 were hilarious)
Maybe the idea is to make fixed but not flat screen.
Fancy digital watch smartphone hybrid things?
How long before iBall is what I want to know lol