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I signed up for the waitlist the day that you posted about it and received my surveys about a week ago, but haven't started yet.

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Wow!  Congrats!  That didn't take long at all!

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i interrupt this PUN war to report in from the field: I have somehow finished all electric wiring and plumbing, and everything works (!)
It all works?!  To celebrate, I volt for a Faraday for an entire week!
We'll just call you the generator of a new war...
Leave it to Jody Ohms to be the transformer of the conversation..
can someone remind me, wire are we doing this?
Because no one will be the terminator of the arc.
Yep, we just keep plugging along.


I suppose for some its an outlet, but for the rest its just circuitous...

As long as the posts are positive, and not negative, I'm happy to continue.

IC...

Well, hopefully none reverse the polarity of the thread.

For that, where do I need to sine the petition?

Let me reach out to my contacts, and I'll get back to you.

I think it'll require a three-pronged approach to cover the ground.
-cranioscopical (March 14, 2019, 01:56 PM)

But after that you'll feel transform...er, converted.

What on earth do you mean?

-cranioscopical (March 15, 2019, 03:07 PM)

I'm not certain he has the capacity to trace that line of questioning.


Maybe we should take a pole?  Find out if in this cycle there will be any power in the conversation?

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i interrupt this PUN war to report in from the field: I have somehow finished all electric wiring and plumbing, and everything works (!)
It all works?!  To celebrate, I volt for a Faraday for an entire week!
We'll just call you the generator of a new war...
Leave it to Jody Ohms to be the transformer of the conversation..
can someone remind me, wire are we doing this?
Because no one will be the terminator of the arc.
Yep, we just keep plugging along.


I suppose for some its an outlet, but for the rest its just circuitous...

As long as the posts are positive, and not negative, I'm happy to continue.

IC...

Well, hopefully none reverse the polarity of the thread.

5
DC Gamer Club / Re: Latest Epic Games Store Giveaway
« on: March 13, 2019, 05:56 PM »
It's funny to see what platforms people use and don't.  I think I have all of them installed, but the only ones I keep running are Steam and Itch.  I get stuff off of GoG, but it just doesn't in general have everything that I use/want to play.  I use origin and uplay for that same reason- they have stuff that I want to play.  Epic, not so much.

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i interrupt this PUN war to report in from the field: I have somehow finished all electric wiring and plumbing, and everything works (!)
It all works?!  To celebrate, I volt for a Faraday for an entire week!
We'll just call you the generator of a new war...
Leave it to Jody Ohms to be the transformer of the conversation..

can someone remind me, wire are we doing this?


Because no one will be the terminator of the arc.

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DC Gamer Club / Re: Latest Epic Games Store Giveaway
« on: March 13, 2019, 01:53 PM »
I'd not been remembering.  Too many platforms to remember them all.  Despite the free games, I just don't feel the impetus to visit this one.

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Living Room / Re: Best Programming Jokes
« on: March 12, 2019, 06:12 PM »
My P1 bugs disagree with you.

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Living Room / Re: Best Programming Jokes
« on: March 12, 2019, 03:44 PM »
Here's another:

You either die a feature or live long enough to see yourself become a bug.

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Living Room / Re: Looking for "Smart"watch Recommendations
« on: March 12, 2019, 09:34 AM »
Massdrop has the Amazfit Biip for sale at 64.99 for the next 4 days.  Not sure if it's a good price, but if it is, just wanted to inform: https://www.massdrop...ches?mode=guest_open

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i interrupt this PUN war to report in from the field: I have somehow finished all electric wiring and plumbing, and everything works (!)

It all works?!  To celebrate, I volt for a Faraday for an entire week!


We'll just call you the generator of a new war...

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rule of thumb, no one should ever touch electricity...
Shocking revelation, that.
That lightning wit on display, eh?
These kinds of remarks are a bit of a jolt!
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:21 AM)
Ohm my word, I knew you all wouldn't be able to resist.
That comment really Hertz.
And so it should! After all, we are discussing the crown joules of mouser's demesne.
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 02:46 PM)
I think that there is a potential difference that you re-fuse to see that I can't relay between our alternating current conversations.
We're poles apart and, to be direct, at the risk of seeming a growler, that kind of thinking comes close to analog ic. You really should keep an ion it.
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:07 PM)
come on guys, try to remember this is a DC forum...
AC your problem.  ;D
Un-phased by all of this...
Trust you to pylon!
-cranioscopical (March 10, 2019, 12:45 PM)
pretty sure you guys have ground about as much as you can out of this
No one would fault mouser if he set an impedance on the frequency of off-topic conversations on this circuit and placed a demand on us to cut it short.
Or he lets us go on by extension, cord-ially....
could go either way, though I fully expect him to arc up soon
Would we want to have him amp up about this?
The mains part of this powerful conversation sure went off the rail, didn't it?
Only a third of it.
This conversation's spark is fading, so wire you giving it more continuity?
I can't tell—do you approve of such conduct or not?
-cranioscopical (March 11, 2019, 02:32 PM)
I feel a need to insulate myself from that line of questioning.
then watt will you do?
I personally volt that we end this now.

Come on Wraith, stay on the bus!

I'm feeling sad for Wraith, his message won't relay.

I just don't want the thread to diode and gray.

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rule of thumb, no one should ever touch electricity...

Shocking revelation, that.

That lightning wit on display, eh?

These kinds of remarks are a bit of a jolt!
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:21 AM)

Ohm my word, I knew you all wouldn't be able to resist.

That comment really Hertz.

And so it should! After all, we are discussing the crown joules of mouser's demesne.

-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 02:46 PM)

I think that there is a potential difference that you re-fuse to see that I can't relay between our alternating current conversations.

We're poles apart and, to be direct, at the risk of seeming a growler, that kind of thinking comes close to analog ic. You really should keep an ion it.
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:07 PM)

come on guys, try to remember this is a DC forum...


AC your problem.  ;D

Un-phased by all of this...

Trust you to pylon!
-cranioscopical (March 10, 2019, 12:45 PM)

pretty sure you guys have ground about as much as you can out of this

No one would fault mouser if he set an impedance on the frequency of off-topic conversations on this circuit and placed a demand on us to cut it short.

Or he lets us go on by extension, cord-ially....

could go either way, though I fully expect him to arc up soon


Would we want to have him amp up about this?

The mains part of this powerful conversation sure went off the rail, didn't it?

Only a third of it.

This conversation's spark is fading, so wire you giving it more continuity?

I can't tell—do you approve of such conduct or not?
-cranioscopical (March 11, 2019, 02:32 PM)

I feel a need to insulate myself from that line of questioning.

then watt will you do?

I personally volt that we end this now.

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Living Room / Re: Interesting "stuff"
« on: March 11, 2019, 04:41 PM »

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rule of thumb, no one should ever touch electricity...

Shocking revelation, that.

That lightning wit on display, eh?

These kinds of remarks are a bit of a jolt!
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:21 AM)

Ohm my word, I knew you all wouldn't be able to resist.

That comment really Hertz.

And so it should! After all, we are discussing the crown joules of mouser's demesne.

-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 02:46 PM)

I think that there is a potential difference that you re-fuse to see that I can't relay between our alternating current conversations.

We're poles apart and, to be direct, at the risk of seeming a growler, that kind of thinking comes close to analog ic. You really should keep an ion it.
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:07 PM)

come on guys, try to remember this is a DC forum...


AC your problem.  ;D

Un-phased by all of this...

Trust you to pylon!
-cranioscopical (March 10, 2019, 12:45 PM)

pretty sure you guys have ground about as much as you can out of this

No one would fault mouser if he set an impedance on the frequency of off-topic conversations on this circuit and placed a demand on us to cut it short.

Or he lets us go on by extension, cord-ially....

could go either way, though I fully expect him to arc up soon


Would we want to have him amp up about this?

The mains part of this powerful conversation sure went off the rail, didn't it?

Only a third of it.

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Skwire Empire / Re: Release: sWeather (tray-based weather app)
« on: March 10, 2019, 07:10 PM »
Yeah, I know: no good deed remains unpunished. I removed the attachment. Nobody dowloaded it anyway.

Decompiling someone's source and reposting it doesn't seem to fall under the definition of good deed to me.

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rule of thumb, no one should ever touch electricity...

Shocking revelation, that.

That lightning wit on display, eh?

These kinds of remarks are a bit of a jolt!
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:21 AM)

Ohm my word, I knew you all wouldn't be able to resist.

That comment really Hertz.

And so it should! After all, we are discussing the crown joules of mouser's demesne.

-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 02:46 PM)

I think that there is a potential difference that you re-fuse to see that I can't relay between our alternating current conversations.

We're poles apart and, to be direct, at the risk of seeming a growler, that kind of thinking comes close to analog ic. You really should keep an ion it.
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:07 PM)

come on guys, try to remember this is a DC forum...


AC your problem.  ;D

Un-phased by all of this...

Trust you to pylon!
-cranioscopical (March 10, 2019, 12:45 PM)

pretty sure you guys have ground about as much as you can out of this

No one would fault mouser if he set an impedance on the frequency of off-topic conversations on this circuit and placed a demand on us to cut it short.

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Living Room / Re: Best Programming Jokes
« on: March 10, 2019, 07:05 PM »
I relate to this too much.


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rule of thumb, no one should ever touch electricity...

Shocking revelation, that.

That lightning wit on display, eh?

These kinds of remarks are a bit of a jolt!
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:21 AM)

Ohm my word, I knew you all wouldn't be able to resist.

That comment really Hertz.

And so it should! After all, we are discussing the crown joules of mouser's demesne.

-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 02:46 PM)

I think that there is a potential difference that you re-fuse to see that I can't relay between our alternating current conversations.

We're poles apart and, to be direct, at the risk of seeming a growler, that kind of thinking comes close to analog ic. You really should keep an ion it.
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:07 PM)

come on guys, try to remember this is a DC forum...


AC your problem.  ;D

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no, ^, I don't think that is similar software. Easy Explorer is a file manager. Extremely simple and fast.

And I am not too sure the authors know any English.


I thought it was more of an explorer manager rather than a replacement from the videos.  Is that not true?

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Living Room / Re: Game Design Kit
« on: March 08, 2019, 04:24 PM »
Another Kickstarter that's good for game designers.



What's is it?

At its core, the Fail Faster Playtesting Journal contains pages to keep track of 36 playtests. The journal is most useful if you dedicate one journal to each game that you are designing, but you could easily use one journal to keep track of all the different games you’re designing. Each section has been tested and planned for optimal use of space.


What's in the journal?

fail_faster_included.png

More at the Kickstarter.

I know that a lot of people here are interested in game design, so I thought it would be of interest.

A print and play preview of Fail Faster is available on Google Drive.

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rule of thumb, no one should ever touch electricity...

Shocking revelation, that.

That lightning wit on display, eh?

These kinds of remarks are a bit of a jolt!
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:21 AM)

Ohm my word, I knew you all wouldn't be able to resist.

That comment really Hertz.

And so it should! After all, we are discussing the crown joules of mouser's demesne.

-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 02:46 PM)

I think that there is a potential difference that you re-fuse to see that I can't relay between our alternating current conversations.

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rule of thumb, no one should ever touch electricity...

Shocking revelation, that.

That lightning wit on display, eh?

These kinds of remarks are a bit of a jolt!
-cranioscopical (March 08, 2019, 08:21 AM)

Ohm my word, I knew you all wouldn't be able to resist.

That comment really Hertz.

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