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The lawyer discovers a new hobby and goes on to have a successful YouTube career.

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Film idea: Courtroom drama about an hobbyist lockpicker accused of stealing a lot of documents and money, which were taken without a trace from their place of work. The accused can't help but excitedly spew lockpicking and bypass trivia, and everything out of their mouth is incriminating, the only thing saving them is that they're not on the stand and most of their remarks are struck from the record.

Feat. a TOOOL member as an expert witness, exasperatedly trying to explain locksport.

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Sketchdrop no.22 🌴

Getting a bit more variety in there - it’s wild what a wide range of shape design there is in trees!

Whining about subtitles and captioning 

I wish more movies had an option for non-caption subtitles (i.e. transcribing dialogue only, not any other sounds), for people who just need a little help parsing speech among all the music and sound effects. The extra captions distract me.

Similarly, for multilingual films, I wish there was the option for subtitles even for speech that is in the subtitles' language. The English parts are often the parts I understand the least because they're not subtitled.

Porting update: I got my script done enough to be able to start testing whether it functions correctly, only to be stopped dead in my tracks by an undocumented gap in the destination scripting API. I can't actually output the data because ~*reasons*~.

Scripting is an adventure.

(I can output it in other, much less user-friendly ways, but I want to see if I can poke the maintainer to add the missing output functionality first.)

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Python as its designers intended: Beautiful, easy to read even for those not very familiar with the language.

Python as actually used:
What is this. Where does one thing end and the next begin.

(Guess who's doing some porting!)

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"But second, and far more disturbing, is the notion that web developers should be continually testing their websites against early releases of major browsers."

"That's actually why there are web standards – so developers don't have to do ridiculous things like continually test their websites to make sure they're still working."

"That someone of considerable stature in the Chrome project would think otherwise should be a red flag."

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I'm not sure if there's a tag for this kind of thing, but I have a Blue Yeti Blackout microphone that I don't use anymore, it's a great recording mic, but ever since I got my USB audio interface it's been a hassle to switch audio devices back and forth, and I'm currently in the process of getting an XLR mic, so:

Is there anyone who would like it? All I'd ask is that you pay shipping and I'd be happy to pass it along. It's got nothing wrong with it and it sounds great on acoustic instruments.

We updated our game! The balance should be better now, we've added some new dialogue, and squashed a bunch of bugs :>

There are also three difficulty modes now. If you're new to Dawn Will Come, give Normal a couple of tries. If it's too stressful, try Easy. Hard mode requires unlocking.

You can play Dawn Will Come here:

If you've played before, make sure you *don't* load your existing save, saves are not compatible across versions.

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Even though we haven't been crunching on this game and the work's been divided up nicely, I still feel tired. I'm ready for a short break from gamedev ;o;

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Our game jam project is out \o/ This has been keeping me busy for a while.

A Game Boy survival game where you choose what you'll do each day as you try to survive a lasting darkness full of monsters.

Download the ROM, or play in your browser here:

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Think you'd enjoy set dressing The Garden Path? I'm currently looking for someone to help me do just that! 🌲 🌳

No coding or game development experience required. Looking for someone with an interest or an eye for natural environments, and moderate computer literacy.

Could be ideal for someone looking for their first game credit.

More info/how to apply

Boosts appreciated!

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Pacifica Vol. 1, Finding A Path is now live on Kickstarter! If fantasy comics are your thing check out this 32 page color comic.

Added the credits screen to the game I've been working on with some friends since July. We're so close to done!

I've been so busy with it I've kind of fallen off the Internet (again).

To clarify: This is about the search engine that's used by default if you type something other than a URL into the address bar or search bar, NOT what you have set as your home page.

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Shower thought: I wonder what sort of service other people have set as their default browser search engine.

Didn't have enough poll options for "other", so please feel free to vote by replying :D

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