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spanchal257
May 13
6

As with all such delicate topics, remember to treat each other with respect. Try to understand the other person’s point of view. Separate emotion form the discussion and understand that you will not change the other person’s views.  Remember that no matter how you feel about this issue, you are probably getting a lot Read more

May 13
15

In our current political climate, few issues are as politically charged as gun rights. And as is the case with many controversial issues, that can cause people to steer clear of the topic entirely to avoid confrontation or arguments. Read more

May 6
5

During one of Pawel Sasko’s Cyberpunk 2077 streams, he mentioned out loud that quite a few people on his team got their start at CDPR because of modding - which I think is pretty awesome, and I hope that they do continue to reach out to the best contributors to Witcher 3's longevity by adding them as native features Read more

May 6
24

CDPR made over $300 million last year, so you’d think they’d be able to spare the money and resources to do this professionally Read more

May 6
9

CDPR did claim they wanna save their reputation after CP2077 faulty launch. Well, this is one occasion to do that. They have the money, as said in the article, now they just need to be a bit generous and throw some of them at the modding community. They CAN do it, but the question is if they have the vision or the Read more

Apr 1
12

There’s not enough focus placed on preservation in this industry, owing perhaps to how iterative the hardware is and how critical the hardware is to the game. There’s no film that can be played on one company’s projector, no song that can be downloaded only on new computers.

Apr 1
54

Considering the reason for the Windows operating system’s success has been its incredible backwards compatibility, this doesn’t surprise me. Microsoft has the institutional knowledge on how to really make backwards compatibility work, and it’s only gotten easier for them as the Xbox these days is more or less just Read more

Apr 1
74

Thanks for this, I really think we need to be talking about this far more than we have been. It’s a complete joke that soon the only legal way to play Suikoden 2, one of the most decorated RPGs of all time, outside of owning the disc for $100+, is going to be completely gone, and even THAT method was insufficient. I Read more

Mar 18
15

I just marathoned the first season in three days and I’m still a little confused about the success. It’s a very well done Shonen but nothing that would make me think it could dethrone Spirited Away. Especially since it’s still rather early in expanding its roster and developing characters. Adapting the next arc Read more

Mar 15
2

A story recently, (I think the Washington Post) said a lot of the Italian homes are being put up for sale this way taken from families without their knowledge. One in particular was an old matriarch who passed and the house was in the family for generations, and meant to be a weekend escape, but the mayor sold it Read more

Mar 14
4

Does CNN have some deal with Italy’s tourism industry? There’s maybe two or three articles about visiting Italy a week, along with these $1/house stories.

Mar 14
5

This sounds great until you dig in. You might be taking someone’s house away from under them.* And you’re definitely going to have to deal with Italian contractors who have that more relaxed and unhurried European work ethic. Or you’ll need to put in a lot of sweat equity on a home built before electricity was common, Read more

Mar 12
8

I treat root problems, not symptoms. If you only focus on symptoms and not what’s underneath it, then you deal with it forever. If you work on what is causing the symptoms, then you make lasting and meaningful progress. We have plenty of rules and expectations in our house, and we do not miss an opportunity to enforce Read more

Feb 25
12

There’s a part of me that kind of wonders if they didn’t do that more or less on purpose: stick with sunsetting just long enough to get rid of the ‘worst’ offenders in terms of balancing and player-favoritism, then walk it back when they’d culled the pool down to a much more manageable amount of gear. (And if that’s Read more