I solved it by lining up metal weapons on the floor, because I somehow missed that the chest was metal and thus missed the “intended” way you’re supposed to solve it.
It really bothers me the way people get sucked into the meta-narrative of a games development.
True, I mean for most of the movie he was just using his newfound super-strength to train with other super-strong people and to hang upside-down to determine that the Krispy Kreme is the most important place in the world (ad dollars well spent, KKD). It wasn’t until the end that “holy shit we are actual superheroes”…
The 12 million subscribers that he had.
I mean, not yet.
Ugh. I thought for a moment there this is how you were going to say goodbye and post your last article.
The big appeal of the Amazon Echo is that you can get things done without touching your phone. So, you might’ve missed that the Alexa app you used to set up your Echo is actually really useful on its own. Here are some of the best things it can do.
When you’re buying a new gadget, you want the fastest, most powerful one you can get for your money. Benchmarks can help you figure out what devices have the most power, but sometimes they’re just a distraction.
That’s just journalist Clark Kent. Is he some kind of hero? I’ve never thought his Planet stuff was particularly heroic, so unless he has some kind of secret identity that nobody has told me about, I don’t see what you are getting at.
With everyone from local scammers to government agencies trying to get hands on your data, there’s never been a better time to beef up your privacy game. Fortunately, there are a ton of options out there to keep your messages, files, and phone safe on Android.
Google may be playing catch up with the Amazon Echo, but Google Home already has a bunch of third-party services that can add features to your smart home speaker. Some are garbage, but we found the best ones that you should try out.
I would like to (humbly) add:
I fucking love this series. :)
If you’re not tracking your habits, you’re missing out on a powerful motivation tool. HabitHub is a fantastic app that can track your habits, remind you to stay on top of them, and provide some great charts showing your progress.
You can add tons of features to your Amazon Echo with little apps Amazon calls “Alexa Skills.” Most of them are garbage. We’ve sifted through the mess to find the best ones that are actually useful.
Android Doze is an unsung hero, saving your battery when you’re not using your phone. Third-party apps like Greenify, ForceDoze, and Naptime can squeeze even more juice out of your phone, but they can do a whole lot more if you tweak them.
Google Assistant is a powerful tool, but it doesn’t work the same way the Pixel that it does on Google Home, and both are different from the Android phone you already have. We’ve put together a chart to help clear up what each devices can do.