I like this idea a lot. I read with some trepidation, but your closing paragraphs make a lot of sense. The written journal thing could make a nice parallel to the ones Rey snagged from Luke’s exile pad on Ahch-To.
I’m not totally sold on CBS’ subscription concept either, myself, but for what it’s worth, The Good Fight has been renewed for a second season. (I waited until it was done and then paid for one month’s subscription and watched it.)
Hi. You have any opinion on that Eero that launched recently?
It’s funny. I was just thinking about how we need an X-Files / Odd Squad crossover.
Hawkeye #22 is so late that all issues but #21 are already in Marvel Unlimited, which has a six-month delay.
“Deathbolt is vegan” is my favorite sentence of the week so far. Thanks for this.
Yeah, I use Duet almost every day.
Yeah, this has been my experience, too. I love using my iPad Mini as a second screen, but until Duet came around with the cable option, I’d found the wifi apps too undependable, especially at cafes and libraries.
I like that at the end I don't know if she's taking the living plant and moving on with her life, or if it's a sign that she's going to start the whole process all over — make another plant, and make another "her."
He isn't using "decimate" to mean "damage severely by reducing by some large fraction," whether 10% or 90% or anywhere in between. He is using "decimate" to mean "eliminate." Even in casual everyday usage, "decimate" does not mean "eliminate." And if there's any place where the word "decimate" still means "reduced by…
The Last Ship: "Eighty percent of the world's population has been decimated." That's some fun math. I assume he means 80 percent of the world is dead, but I think it actually means 8 percent of the world is dead.
I'm just registering another vote for FBreader.
No hate. I can see that. It is a sprawling work, and it was clearly recorded in quick succession, with no fine-tuning or reworking. That said, as individual standalone elements, many of the tracks make (for me) for a nice, sedate listen.
Thanks for that. Yeah, VCA and envelope are on the to-do list. Much appreciated.
For what it's worth, the physical modular stuff is highly enjoyable. Give it a try if you have the time. The resale market is such that you can buy used items and then, if they don't suit you, sell them at barely any loss.
I've fiddled at lots of software that involves modular synthesis. I wanted to try t0 fiddle at modular hardware, which I hadn't since college.
This anecdote about input from the studio makes me wonder what battles the producers of Almost Human lost.
This is the day I realize how useful the name "Faulivia" was.
Thanks very much. I'll read up on this company.
Yeah, they're branching out, like Gracenote has.