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12/20/2015 oldbyte10 Add Comment
Once upon a time, Ace of Spades was a really nice game, a crossroads of sorts between Team Fortress 2 and Minecraft (or so they said). Its 90s-style graphics simply made it more appealing to gamers, both hardcore and in those countries that still use Pentium III computers. Ben Aksoy, the really nice guy he was, updated the game twice a week, and in no time we went from 0.15 to 0.75. The forums thrived, new open-source server software was in the works… until the Fire Nation attacked.
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12/15/2015 oldbyte10 Add Comment
First off, the movie was [SPOILER]. The best part was when [SPOILER]. I’d really recommend everyone to watch it when it comes out on DVD and make sure to note [SPOILER].
The House of Mouse is watching you!
12/08/2015 oldbyte10 Add Comment
This is more of a small note to myself to not look at College Confidential in the future.
11/17/2015 oldbyte10 Add Comment
The Hour of Code sure has alleviated quite a few hurdles in the early stages of learning how to program by introducing “engaging” courses for people between the ages of Really Young™ and Really Old™. But what does that mean for programmers like me who are already competent in the field?
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Aliases are what associate all the ideas that we diffuse on the Internet to a single name. It adds reputation to our identities and can be used to attach our Internet selves to our real, human selves.
But aliases are not such a simple concept as filling out your name and start contributing away. There is much more to an alias, from its origins to its applications.