Use shutup10++ to disable a lot of the microsoft bloat
I don't know, I do like being able to check the weather.
What I hate though is the fucking telemetry shit it does sometimes, I have to go into task manager and kill the process.
but anyways, soft drinks are de-facto toxic
What? You're saying the bubble burst?
What about my novel idea of writing short stories and posting them as .png as NFTs?
always hate the taste of sweeteners
the first thing to do before i buy a drink is to check if it has stevia extract
Interestingly, the other company with a major game engine (Epic) has just announced a series of layoffs, about a sixth of its employees, to "financially stabilize the business:"https://www.epicgames.com/site/en-US/news/layoffs-at-epichttps://archive.ph/C3YRh
Earlier this year they implemented UEFN, which gave map makers a lot more freedom and even struck a deal where these creators get a cut of I'm-sure-what-exactly. But apparently their profit margins aren't doing so great, and they're still fighting against Google and Apple, so they're letting go of people outside the "core business." It's interesting that Fortnite doesn't actually give them infinite fuck you money.
>>2024>to "financially stabilize the business:"
and somehow unity still has like 5k more employees because ????
Unity should now have about 7k employees after 600 were laid off earlier this year, while Epic has ~4.2k. But, and this is a big butt, Epic has a ton of outsourced contractors, to the point that it hired hundreds of them just last year:https://www.theverge.com/2022/2/19/22942053/epic-games-full-time-employment-contingent-workers
So, the effective difference may not be so big, but that's assuming Unity doesn't have a couple thousand contractors as well. I kinda doubt it though.
Epic Games where Games become Epic
Gonna try to sperm at that exact time
They give you forewarning when they test the alert system in the US? Bunch of cowards.
Where I live it's done as a proper jump scare.
There's at least a monthly jumpscare depending on where you live
Speaking of jumpscares haven't had one for an amber alert in a long while.
Which is a good thing.
>>2235>this is when the 5G corona vaccines will go off and kill 90% of the global population
the alert was about an hour ago, did this happen yet?
Oh, havent you heard? People are mating pressing each other to death in the streets
Can confirm, I'm dead.
the jumpscare almost made me throw up, is that close enough
i'm still mad about it, i was all comfy and playing my dungeon crawling jrpg when my phone got mad and screamed at me
Oops, I moved the post that said that I moved that Israel talk to /secret/. Yeah, it's there now.
Not particularly newsworthy, but it's a really good read. A couple years ago I recall reading what I believe was either a Washington Post, New York Times, or perhaps Verge article that was lamenting the inability of students to really use computers as if it was a sudden development and that kids have suddenly become technologically illiterate. I think this article from 2013 probably has it right: People have always been technologically illiterate, and its simply a result of people not being challenged to really use a computer or having a streamlined experience that causes people to not understand how computers truly work, be it from only having experience with web browsers, and office suite programs, or from only using mobile devices, or from using heavily locked down computers in schools. I would heavily recommend anyone interested in education and technological literacy to give it a read. Even if the information isn't necessarily practical, it's still engaging and an entertaining read.
The author comes across as arrogant but he probably needs to let out his frustration. I also get frustrated but there are a lot of things I should know but don't, and I rely on other people to fill in the gaps.
Pretty sure the EU is gonna consider this dumping and ban the mass imports
Funny little articlehttps://gamerant.com/jujutsu-kaisens-latest-chapter-causes-another-manga-to-go-on-hiatus/
Author of pic related going on hiatus because of one of JJK's latest chapter
mission success for gege
He can't see out of it, but the world's first successful eye transplant has been done. Or rather it was done six months ago and announced now.
Just connecting all those nerves and blood vessels sounds pretty incredible. It's definitely a good start!
I'd prefer this to a cybernetic solution
holy crap that's insane. Honestly, I'm more impressed by the state of reconstructive surgery. The video included some pretty graphic imagery of his injury and the guy looked like horrible. Like a zombie almost. Now, although he doesn't really look like himself pre-injury, he doesn't look too bad.
You seem some pretty crazy examples in West Africa. People have gotten macheted so badly their brain is visible, but these heads have been put back together. I'd wear a hat all the time though
bioware > cyberware
crashing would be certain death
Well I mean, it apready is in most cases.