It seems that, for some of us, the privacy of our keyboard is like a confessional of our deepest held misanthropy.
By: Surian Soosay
Alexis Ohanian, a Reddit co-founder, shared a sentiment about Facebook that fits my own experience: “Facebook makes me hate the people I know…”
Continue reading “How I took back my Facebook News Feed, part 1 of 2”
Ever feel like you’ve just reinvented the wheel? I just peeled some fresh tomatoes.
Continue reading “Skinning Tomatoes, reinventing the wheel.”
I just received, and unboxed, my kickstarter-funded pinhole camera designed by Clint O’Connor. I’m excited to try this thing out.
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I used to send Del with drawings in his lunchbox. It has been a while, but I sent a few this week.
My son and I reinterpreted the Ziggurat of Ur within Minecraft using DivingRPG (FeedTheBeast) mod, on Survival.
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How to add a build number increment phase to you ios project in xcode
By: Procsilas Moscas
I like nice neat build numbers. I don’t like manually maintaining text fields.
To that end, I modified a nice lead on a build number increment script to suit my needs. Maybe it will help you, too.
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Legend of Dungeon
Legend of Dungeon was one of the cool games I saw at Pax East 2013. I like quirky indie style games. I hadn’t heard about LoDs
successful kickstarter campaign, so it was a gem of a find for me.
Continue reading “Kickstarter overachiever Legend of Dungeon out now for PC, Mac, Linux with Android and Ouya to come”
My first micro Lego mobile frame mech built for Mobile Frame Zero: rapid attack.
Continue reading “Commissar, Mobile Frame Zero”
Recently, I shared the file and a link to a Lulu formatted version of the Microlite20 rules which we use for our role playing game.
Here is the character sheet we use for our Microlite20 characters. It prints well on the plain side of a 5×8 index card. The lined side can then be used for notes, or – if you use the “plain on both sides” kind – character profile drawings.
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