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Kevin MacLeod
Gamevice web guy. Writer. Photographer. Artist. Coder. Gamer. I ran . I publish on and run the Gamevice blog. Opinions are my own.
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Kevin MacLeod 16h
Nah, that one doesn’t quite work, because anime doesn’t have much fluidity to begin with. When the source animation is so stilted, adding more frames can actually hurt, rather than help
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 20
Kinda weird that we’re going to go an entire console generation without a new GTA.
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Chris Franklin Jul 19
My wife is rewatching all of Star Wars chronologically. She’s reached Phantom Menace. I remember one big complaint at the time (of many) being “how can things go from this to Empire bad in just 30 years?!” That complaint has not aged well.
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 20
Replying to @mulderc
It’s fine, but compared with the component quality of the laptop, it’s like they aren’t even trying. The 12.9 iPad Pro has a better screen in every conceivable way, at a much lower price. Just stick that screen on the Air!
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 20
It’s unbelievable that the MacBook Air is the best Apple could do for the price they charge. A dim, low-contrast display with giant bezels running at non-native resolutions… and it costs HOW much more than the iPad Pro? Pathetic.
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 20
Replying to @rileytestut @davemark
Green represents all forms of phone communication on iOS. Messages, phone, and FaceTime all use the same shade. I think they want a unified representation of the “phone” part.
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Mary Robinette Kowal Jul 19
Let's talk about peeing in space. Several people, in response to my NY Times essay, have said that women couldn't go into space because we lacked the technology for them to pee in space.
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Sam Sanders Jul 18
It’s like an Onion article
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Killercow Jul 19
First Footage from Sayonara Wild Hearts by (Beat Sneak Bandit, DEVICE 6) on iOS, launching with Apple Arcade:
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 18
What if they just hired people with good taste instead?
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 18
Replying to @jasarien
I’m not sure about that, in my very brief testing, both PDF and purchased ePub worked
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 18
Replying to @jasarien
Audiobooks literally don’t play when started, then interface freezes, and then the app crashes. Regular books seem fine
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 18
Books seems completely broken in beta 4
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 17
Latest iOS Safari appears to lack the ability to open a link in a new tab 😒
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Cheesemeister Jul 16
Replying to @Cheesemeister3k
Russia, the country that swung the 2016 election for Trump, is collecting your identity -- your face -- and can use that to further train its AI and create deep fake videos for propaganda in further election interference.
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David Carroll 🦅 Jul 16
PSA: TikTok is Chinese and FaceApp is Russian. Safe to assume those governments can readily access your data if you use these apps.
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 16
Replying to @davemark @UUtah
If you have any interest in building your own, do that! I think it’s a lot of fun actually assembling your own PC
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The Daily Show Jul 15
Hey media, need to write a headline about Trump being racist, but don't want to call him a racist? Try our Trump Racist Euphemism Headline Generator!
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 15
It really shouldn’t exist, not in the form it’s in. They didn’t screw it up by catering to mainstream blockbuster tastes. Didn’t even have any big action set pieces. I wish it had done well in theaters, but I’m not shocked it didn’t.
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Kevin MacLeod Jul 15
Definitely, he wasn’t even hiding it at the end. He thought the Valis trilogy was partly autobiographical.
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