Melissa and I have been into modern board games for a few years now. We're hovering at around 100 games in our collection, keeping about 95% of our purchases. The main reason for this great success rate is The Dice Tower.
A mixer (also called a “mixing console” or “mixing board”) is necessary if you record with more than one input, like two microphones or a microphone and an instrument. It can be intimidating to start, so let’s just look at the basics.
She smiled as the sounds of girlish giggles and laughter filtered through the house. Her daughters were having friends over for a sleepover and were thoroughly enjoying themselves. She was glad everything was going so beautifully.
You should never reuse a password. That means a different password for every computer and website account you have. If you’re like me, that means over 100 different passwords to keep track of.
Squishy goals are bad. When you set a goal, like a New Year’s resolution, it should be concrete. Instead of “I’m going to eat healthier” your goal should be something like “I’m going to eat under 2000 calories six days per week.”
I like punctuation marks. Why? Well…maybe because they shape language so much while going mostly unnoticed. Maybe because they’re never spoken* and their names are unknown to laymen, giving them a mysterious air.
Firefox 1.5 is the first browser I specifically remember using (discounting AOL, which was a little more than a browser). Back then Firefox users were hip, the cutting edge. We’ve got tabs, man, so you can visit multiple web pages in one window!
Quick background on Stack Overflow and Jon Skeet: Stack Overflow is a website where you can ask and answer computer programming-related questions. Everyone votes on the questions and answers, and you get points when someone votes for you.
If you’re into designer board games (you should be!) and you’re online (…you are!), then you’re probably aware of BoardGameGeek, which is the board game website, where aficionados discuss, trade, and celebrate all things board gaming.
I’ve written a lot of SQL, but most of it tends to be pretty simple. Even most of the large queries that I’ve written aren’t complex, they just have a lot of tables and columns to deal with. Probably the most complicated and interesting query I’ve written.
Last time I wrote about how much I like the beginning of a project. Opening up all the cans of tech and getting a big whiff of that new technology smell…sniff Aaaah. Well, I liked choosing the technologies for my new project so much, that I decided to do it again.