Wouldn't be surprised if Musk wrote that himself.
Yeah... I don’t see it. Mind Geek is going to have an uphill battle here, but Visa? While obviously the same regulations don’t apply, I would liken Visas position to that of an ISP: it’s not really up to them, nor should it be, what people use their service to do. Read more
I get the rationale behind comparing them to the AirPods... but it also seems like a poor choice. I doubt that many Android users will have much experience with AirPods, I would have liked to see some comparison to Samsung’s Galaxy buds.
Read a Bible some time. Fun fact: the Bible says that the way to tell if a (pregnant) woman cheated on you is for her to drink some poison. If she has a miscarriage (abortion) then she must have cheated on you. If the fetus survives, it’s yours! Read more
Lol, how does this have anything to do with market discrimination? You don’t offer a service or sell a product, therefore you aren’t part of the market. That’s like saying that Google not showing results for my house when someone searches for “Italian food” is somehow market discrimination. The fact that there is an… Read more
Can I sue on behalf of the English Language and all those who speak it? “Meta” is a great word, and Facebook doesn’t deserve to use it.
Yeah, the story is dumb. But if anyone can pull it off...
But consider: low hanging fruit. It's just... An office, with a bunch of mini figures. There doesn't need to be anything all that special in this set.
It’s true that Foundry is pretty much useless if you don’t have at least a minimal GPU, or just skip out on dynamic lighting completely... but Roll20 is a terrible mess when it comes to performance. Read more
Foundry VTT is the best choice if you don’t mind self-hosting, or paying for 3rd party hosting. Roll20 does have a free option, so I know that’s why some people stick with it. But if you’re willing to pay even just a little, Foundry is pretty much unbeatable.
Nice job, you save the one piece of information I was looking for until the very last line of the article!
Yeah, regardless of hoe they market it, the damn thing should have a big yellow sticker on it that says “Warning: This cooler keeps contents at above 40 degrees. Not suitable for perishable food items. Please contact the front desk if you need to store items at a lower temperature. “