I sometimes unconsciously refer to Instagram as Flickr which I'm pretty sure would annoy:
c) Young people
d) Old people
#dnd tip to all gnome players out there: if you cast Reduce on yourself, you'll only weigh ~5 lb, so you can fly by grabbing yourself by the collar with Mage Hand. Great for dramatic getaways.
Left my laptop to buy a coffee, and when I glanced back my screen looked like the lamest placeholder texture for 'screen someone was doing work on'
Come for the dice, stay for the extremely extra snowman. https://twitter.com/terrycavanagh/status/1085945442255409152
It goes without saying that
"Living Backwards is the Best Egg Never" is also an all-time great in the genre of podcast titles, well done @rifflesby
Lots of videogames news lately but remarkably little coverage of the biggest story: when off-brand Chris Remo hired Jeff Gerstmann to steal Zack Johnson's eyes (in a dream Zack had).
Feel like people are unfairly sidelining this just for being a dream?!
i refuse to click and will take this at face value https://twitter.com/TheAVClub/status/1085642363509374976
In Game Maker you just... type its name.
In Unity it feels like you have to attach it to a weather balloon, program a satellite to shoot it down, then design a net to catch it when it falls from space.
Update: with @jwindr's help we figured out a kind of hybrid solution that does use ScriptableObjects to store some references while regular classes do the rest of the work. Success!
I still don't know why Unity makes it so hard to have code refer to assets, though.
Love to misclick a text channel in Discord and instead join and immediately start broadcasting to a voice channel while absently but loudly singing along to Quasi's You Turn Me On (And It's Hard To Turn Me On)
Yep, Tactical Breach Wizards is going well. Why do you ask?
The gap between what UX designers imagine I feel when I see a 'Get Started!' button and what I actually feel could swallow the world.
One thing it took me a while to grasp: when he talks about increasing conviction rates as a sign of success, I think it's not "the machine thought more people were guilty", it's that "more of the people the machine flagged were convicted when a human jury reviewed it".
Fascinating talk about how Valve used deep learning to mimic the way human 'juries' recognise cheaters when watching a replay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObhK8lUfIlc .
*calmly strikesthrough 4 lines on a board labeled 'Times I Have Thought ScriptableObjects Would Solve My Problem And Spent More Than 3 Hours To Discover That They Do Not', walks into the sea*
It was a different time. #2009vs2019
Was reading an episode transcript so I could answer to a fan question about a character's mech in COUNTER/Weight only to find a diverging conversation about "bug bellies." honestly our show has always been good