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As part of their Winter Sale, GOG have sent out a newsletter with a little puzzle: Spot the 7 differences between the images to get discounts on games.

Play for yourself with the link above, or save yourself time by clicking the spoiler below.

I spotted the differences, here are the discounts, which all expire Dec 23, 2020, 6:59 AM (not sure which time zone):

Spoiler
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https://www.gog.com/redeem/8BJRH5V95YT8VBDWH4
90% Off:
Syberia
Syberia 2
Syberia 3


https://www.gog.com/redeem/4R2NBGREHZIXBM3QYB
85% Off:
Banner Saga
Cat Quest


https://www.gog.com/redeem/KTGK68AXZFYM7ZCV6B
80% Off:
Overlord 2
Jazz Jackrabbit Collection
The Incredible Machine Mega Pack


https://www.gog.com/redeem/BJYCPSTZ4S8B7PR4DS
75% Off:
Slime Rancher
This War of Mine
Summer & Winter: Olympic Challenge


https://www.gog.com/redeem/5YLL9M3DP23PLYO0K5
55% Off:
Costume Quest
Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition
Starbound
Space Pirates and Zombies (SPAZ)
FAR: Lone Sails


https://www.gog.com/redeem/Z2CVZWFX201VO2U0Z3
35% Off:
Heart of the Woods


https://www.gog.com/redeem/YBBJAK0LAS73RDRQE5
30% Off:
Cthulhu Saves Christmas


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Hi all,

I've gathered a bit of a sound library which has grown so large over the years that it makes it hard to know what I have, and where. I'd like some software that can help me quickly browse and preview the sound files. Bonus points if it can help me organize (and tag?) the files as well.

When I say "sound library" I don't mean music for personal enjoyment. I mean sound effects, jingles, voice tracks, or audio tracks for video games (or just videos, I suppose).

Surely people who do video editing for a living have some software that helps manage sound libraries. Any suggestions out there for what I can use?

Compatibility with Windows is needed. Preferably free/open source, but I'm open to affordable paid options if you have experience with them and feel they're worth it. This is mostly for hobby stuff, so expensive professional software is probably not feasible for my use case.

Thanks in advance.

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It seems Apple is surreptitiously undermining their users' privacy in a hidden "rules for thee but not for me" whitelist of their own apps on macOS Big Sur.

The new macOS release, Big Sur, has made headlines due to Apple’s decision to place 56 of its own apps, including FaceTime, Apple Maps, and Apple Music Library, on an undocumented, unannounced “exclusion list.” This means these apps can bypass firewalls and, potentially, VPNs that function on a per-app basis without the users’ knowledge or consent, undermining macOS devices’ security and privacy.



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from https://protonvpn.com/blog/big-sur-exclusion-list/

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General Software Discussion / MOVED: 3D Arrow
« on: November 17, 2020, 10:44 AM »

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Living Room / Downloading Blender Open Movie "Sintel (2010)" in 4K
« on: October 24, 2020, 09:27 PM »
Hi all,

I'm trying to download the Open Movie made/funded by the Blender Foundation called Sintel from here:

https://download.blender.org/durian/movies/

I'm trying to get the 4K (mkv) version, which is about 4.2GB. At first it downloads really fast, telling me it will complete in about 20 minutes. But after I've gotten about 250MB into it, it then seems to throttle my download speed to about 64 kbps and says it will take 20 hours to complete. Is anyone else here able to download it at a speedy rate?

Or perhaps someone else is better able to search the internets than I have been to find a working torrent I can use to relieve Blender.org of the burden of having to serve the file to me?

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