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PaulDenton: Did anybody mention Mine Kafon yet? A project dedicated to build an inexpensive device to detonate land mines, well worth IMHO
It's a great project but unfortunately my mind always reads that name as "Mein Kampf".
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PaulDenton: Did anybody mention Mine Kafon yet? A project dedicated to build an inexpensive device to detonate land mines, well worth IMHO
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ET3D: It's a great project but unfortunately my mind always reads that name as "Mein Kampf".
Ouch!
Strike Suit Zero is coming to GOG:
https://twitter.com/GOGcom/status/289767107095314433
CST-01: The World's Thinnest Watch

Looks cool, but I'd want something capable of showing more info myself - like day and date...
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AstralWanderer: CST-01: The World's Thinnest Watch
Looks cool, but I'd want something capable of showing more info myself - like day and date...
It's pretty much a gadget, and nothing else.
Most people don't wear watches except as jewelry these days considering that cellphones give all the functions you could expect from a watch.
finally.I kept hassling them about it til they caved in. they really took a longtime in confirming even the game being DRM free at all.hooray for gog!!!

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AstralWanderer: CST-01: The World's Thinnest Watch
Looks cool, but I'd want something capable of showing more info myself - like day and date...
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mystral: It's pretty much a gadget, and nothing else.
Most people don't wear watches except as jewelry these days considering that cellphones give all the functions you could expect from a watch.
Can you actually go outside in a business shopping centre and have a look? I notice more things than most and i see an awful lot of people wearing watches mate. Also mobile phone batteries die.Fast especially when people use it as a game machine or playing music or movies...hence thats why i went back to wear watches.Cant have a mobile turned on in a lot of work places too.. so watches handy..
Post edited January 11, 2013 by nijuu
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nijuu: Can you actually go outside in a business shopping centre and have a look? I notice more things than most and i see an awful lot of people wearing watches mate. Also mobile phone batteries die.Fast especially when people use it as a game machine or playing music or movies...hence thats why i went back to wear watches.Cant have a mobile turned on in a lot of work places too.. so watches handy..
I do go outside you know. And I see what my students and colleagues wear. And pretty much every one of them uses their cellphone exclusively to tell time.
There are only a few who still use watches.
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nijuu: Can you actually go outside in a business shopping centre and have a look? I notice more things than most and i see an awful lot of people wearing watches mate. Also mobile phone batteries die.Fast especially when people use it as a game machine or playing music or movies...hence thats why i went back to wear watches.Cant have a mobile turned on in a lot of work places too.. so watches handy..
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mystral: I do go outside you know. And I see what my students and colleagues wear. And pretty much every one of them uses their cellphone exclusively to tell time.
There are only a few who still use watches.
Maybe its different over there. Or perhaps different demographic? hmmmmm
I've dug out this: Hand to Mouth, a very... unique Internet cooking show.
It's either better than it initially sounds or I'm too sleep deprived to tell. Either way - it has only 50h left, has passed its goal but a very modest increment could expand the project a smidge...
Sergeants Miniatures Game: Red Devils
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mystral: I do go outside you know. And I see what my students and colleagues wear. And pretty much every one of them uses their cellphone exclusively to tell time.
There are only a few who still use watches.
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nijuu: Maybe its different over there. Or perhaps different demographic? hmmmmm
I think the reference to "my students and colleagues" says it all....
Forum code is borked again. Not as bad as the last time though; this one I can deal with.

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Post edited January 13, 2013 by lowyhong
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htown1980: I think the reference to "my students and colleagues" says it all....
Why? I teach in college, fyi, which means students are typically in the 18-25 age range, and other professors can be anywhere from late twenties to their sixties.
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htown1980: I think the reference to "my students and colleagues" says it all....
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mystral: Why? I teach in college, fyi, which means students are typically in the 18-25 age range, and other professors can be anywhere from late twenties to their sixties.
My point exactly. It's hardly a representative sample, not only because of their ages.
"In Unwritten the player creates and guides a nomadic clan on a one-way journey across a dangerous wilderness. It is a turn based strategy game with maps, story elements, units, abilities, and enemies that are all randomly generated. Along the way decisions (and death) are permanent, and each play session is unique."

It seems the lead is one of the original team members for Dishonored and they're planning to release their development tools to the community right from the start.