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News Comments > Evening Tech Bits
1. Re: Evening Tech Bits Apr 27, 2017, 10:01 WaltC
 
Interesting bit for those with AMD GPUs...I don't have Ryzen yet but I do have an RX 480 8GB and this package installed the Crimson 17.4.4 driver package...;) Evidently a bit of unintended update, there.  
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News Comments > Vivendi and Ubisoft to Finally Get a Room?
11. Re: Vivendi and Ubisoft to Finally Get a Room? Apr 26, 2017, 18:38 WaltC
 
I know that UbiSoft is sitting on a lot of software it could be selling today and making money from--like the old Myst titles, for instance. Exile, etc. These games won't run well or at all under Win7/10x64 and they are Win9x titles, but honestly, the amount needed to turn them into working games again would be extremely minimal, imo. UbiSoft just sits on the IP and it rots and brings them in nothing at all. Just don't understand it. They refuse to sell the IP and refuse to use it themselves--reducing its value for the company/shareholders to $0. Dumb decisions obviously made by people who know little or nothing about the games industry. But would Vivendi be any better at all? I wasn't impressed with the old Vivendi at all (Infogrames?) but really cannot remember why, atm.

Ubi, otoh, has done several things I haven't liked lately. Like M&MX--OK, it was a first start by a small developer--but why could the company not have relaunched the M&M series--instead of dropping back to do a "Heroes" remake and then quitting altogether? Dumb, dumb, dumb. I was sincerely hoping that M&MX would be the first game in a long series of M&M games to come--instead of the very last. How stupid. You go to the trouble of resurrecting a classic old title, but then you only do a half-way effort, and then you quit it altogether. Very stupid, imo. Very sad, too. I *hate* brain dead companies that sit on classic IP with loads of potential but then prove themselves so incompetent that they do almost *nothing* with it!

 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
1. Re: Morning Tech Bits Apr 24, 2017, 11:08 WaltC
 
It's the age of con-men and fads--the "AI Chip for everything" hearkens back to the 1920s when magnets were heralded as magic cures for what ails ya'--machines--computer chips, are as dead as door nails, and no more sentient or aware than the light switch on your wall. There is as much in common between a human brain and a rock in your driveway as there is between a human brain and a computer-chip transistor...;) Yet the so-called "genius" behind Tesla Motors, ever looking for cons to sucker investments--government backed, preferably--is now telling the world he wants to "merge" the human brain with computer chips...! As likely or as desirable as merging the brain with a rock, imo...;)

It's going to require a lot of time to bring this country back to a state of rationality because it seems the years between 2008 and 2016 have stepped the country back several generations and all but guaranteed that most of the 21st century will be spent simply getting us back to where we were before the "Apocalypse of Stupid" hit the country in 2008...;) (I laugh--but it really isn't very funny.) I genuinely feel sorry for younger folks today whose "educations" are more grounded in idiot emotion than in rationality and fact. They are suckers for every con that comes along!
 
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News Comments > Star Citizen Free Fly & Roadmap
28. Re: Star Citizen Free Fly & Roadmap Apr 16, 2017, 08:18 WaltC
 
Wouldn't it be wonderful if all of the armchair RSI financial critics and prognosticators of Star Citizen doom & gloom would apply the same hypercritical yardstick to the runaway US federal government in terms of the long-running deficit-spending con it's been running on the American people for the last 50 years (at least)? Hallelujah!...;) You bet it would be a refreshing change!

Just read a piece the other day describing how the US government is now collecting record-breaking tax receipts--the most collected in the history of the country!--and yet (mainly because of insane Democrat-party "policies") even so, the same government manages to keep spending more than it takes in by a hefty margin, each and every year! And we aren't talking the by-comparison trivial ~$75M to $100M *totals* collected to fund Star Citizen so far, either--we are talking hundreds of billions--*trillions*--of dollars in US government spending! After eight years of Odumbo we are pegging the deficit at some $20 trillion dollars...!

Now *that's* a con if ever there was one, because it simply doesn't matter how many times the Democrats raise taxes (many of their taxes are utterly regressive, too!), because Congress would rather die than to give up the power to write bad checks to cover debts they run up in trying to buy the taxpayer's votes with the very same money they collect from those exact same taxpayers...;) It's the El Supremo con; the con of all cons, and I surely do not mean to state that it's only Democrats who are responsible. There are a bunch of disgusting RINOs in Washington who are just as guilty as the crazy Democrats in thinking that a "fiscal exam" is what they get at the doctor's office every year or two, and who think that "monetary policy" is a term used in a Monopoly game.

I'll sum up by pointing out the very obvious and glaring differences between RSI and the US government's "fund raising" *cough-gag-choke*. While RSI's funds are donated 100% on a voluntary basis by individuals who choose to support RSI in the absence of any type of coercion whatsoever, the nation's tax-collection authorities (like the IRS) can and often do actually impound personal property, seize personal assets, and even toss people into prison for refusing to pay the taxes that the unbelievably irresponsible and corrupt government bureaucracies coerce each and every year from US citizens, tax payments literally enforced via the barrel of a gun. While RSI donors may cease supporting Roberts any time they choose and without any repercussions whatever--just try telling the IRS that you've decided to stop funding the government by way of paying your taxes for a few years, or until Congress and the bureaucracies get serious about *managing* the huge sums of money they force out of taxpayers on an ongoing basis! Ha! "Go straight to jail and do not collect $200," etc., will be the only answer you'll get, no question about it. It's fairly amusing to note that RSI, Robert's Space Industries, is an *anagram* for IRS...:D
 
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News Comments > Evening Metaverse
5. Re: Evening Metaverse Apr 15, 2017, 02:35 WaltC
 
People should be far more worried about the horrific abuses of power orchestrated by the Obama/Clinton administration's IRS, among many other government agencies that have gone rogue under Obama's general aptitude for lawlessness for most of the past decade. That's far more important to me than whether my ISP/ad network shows me ads for products I might be likely to actually buy! Gawd, how could I object to that? It's more like a free service they provide, imo.

If a given web site demands that I shut down my ad blocker to visit the site (a bunch of tech sites have been doing that for years), and I elect to do so, I'd much rather see ads for products I've expressed a prior interest in (like various computer components) than to have to suffer through, say, tampon and panty & bra ads, for instance...simply because the web site has no clue as to the kinds of ads I'd personally like to see because the site has no generalized anonymous info on me at all--(like whether I'm male or female.) The IRS knows 100x that in the personally identifiable information they compile on American taxpayer-citizens. When it concerns the IRS and maybe several other branches of our government, no American has anything at all but token "privacy" at best. The IRS knows your name and address and where you work, who your spouse is, how many kids you've got, what your salary is, etc. ad infinitum. None of that sort of specific, personal info is known by Internet ad networks.

Although he doesn't ask it of me and never has, unlike sites like [H] and Guru 3D which have asked me in the past--insisted upon, actually(and many others--I don't mean to single out these two sites because there are just two out of dozens if not hundreds of sites that don't allow ad-blockers in order to view the site and participate)--I never block Blue's ads with my ad-blockers because I know he has to make a living and nothing as to how Blue's News presents ads to me (actually, it's the ad network Blue is affiliated with and not Blue himself who does all of that stuff) is offensive to me in the slightest! As I say, I'd much rather see Internet ads for stuff I might actually be interested in as opposed to junk ads about products I'll *never* buy.

What they say about Democrats (not *all of them* of course!) I've found is usually true these days (Democrats nationally used to be much smarter than they are today, imo)--they are huge hypocrites who enjoy expressing phony "outrage" at anything Republican administrations do while they turn blind eyes towards the far more egregious violations of privacy among many other undesirable things the current Democrat party sanctions and supports. The Clinton/Obama administration *loved* to spy on Americans in general--but especially on American citizens who disagree with Democrat-party politics these days. It's amazing, really--the hypocrisy, I mean, about these kinds of issues. The Trump administration has its work cut out for it in reversing the damage the Obama/Clinton administration has presided over in terms of the privacy most Americans imagine they enjoy but which is almost 95% delusional--especially under Obama!...;) They don't much seem to care *what* Obama did...!
 
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News Comments > NVIDIA TITAN Xp & OS X Pascal Support Announced
9. Re: NVIDIA TITAN Xp & OS X Pascal Support Announced Apr 7, 2017, 08:50 WaltC
 
Golly, gang, it's 10% faster than the 1080Ti (sometimes) and only costs 2x as much! What a deal! [Not.] But as Tim Cook says, "There's a sucker born every second!" We hear ya', Tim! *snicker*  
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News Comments > Dragon Age 4 Outed?
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News Comments > BioWare Apologizes for Mass Effect: Andromeda Character
32. Re: BioWare Apologizes for Mass Effect: Andromeda Character Apr 6, 2017, 13:36 WaltC
 
Muscular Beaver wrote on Apr 6, 2017, 12:18:
After so many years companies still havent learned not to tread into the political trap. Why is that so hard?

They cannot avoid the idiocy of common politics because they are (stupidly) pandering to them. The PC/SJW dementia ruin all that they touch, including computer games.
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
1. Re: Morning Mobilization Apr 3, 2017, 17:27 WaltC
 
Look for colorful steaming piles of molten metal near you soon, with cute little wooden toothpick flags sticking out happily waving signs saying "GTX 1080Ti powered, /8, with an approximate battery life of 45 seconds when running ungoverned." Rear sticker will say: Warning: full speed operation sans governor will void warranty for battery and laptop so always run factory settings!....;)

Apple to Develop Own GPU which shaves a whopping 50% off the price of the current GPU hardware they don't design or make in order to replace it with a GPU Apple both designs and makes which will be slower by 80%, guaranteeing Apple a nifty profit of 130% because Apple customers simply don't care what is in the Apple products they buy! Apple will then announce a 700% annual sales increase into China because Apple just inked it's OK to allow the Chinese government to censor the iPhone Internet network in China any old way it wants to! Hooray for Apple! Striking a blow for liberal politicians everywhere across the globe who believe in the obvious fruits of globalism and censorship!
 
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News Comments > Morning Consolidation
6. Re: Morninghttps://www.bluesnews.com/cgi-bin/board.pl?action=postmessage&boardid=1&thr Consolidation Apr 3, 2017, 17:12 WaltC
 
No Man's Sky...you must admit--at least I thought so--was an absolutely horrific title from day 1. It's as if their subconscious was screaming to the world: "This is a place that no man should go." How apt, as it turns out. The procedural aspect was hyped as a kind of mystical, never-before-seen genre of content when it actually is the opposite of original content, imo. I never bought the game and never played it as I saw nothing there of interest. Perhaps if I was eight--or maybe even younger--it would offer an appeal slightly above that of Minecraft. But it was many decades ago that I was that young, so even then I'm just guessing...;)

My honest first impression long before I saw the game represented in any fashion was "There is no way a game with a title that bad can be good." I was right. I still can find no reason to buy or play this game.


 
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News Comments > The Witcher Sells 25M Copies
20. Re: The Witcher Sells 25M Copies Mar 30, 2017, 13:57 WaltC
 
Witcher 3, one of the best games--if not the very best game--I have ever played. W1 has a nice atmosphere and is fun--W2 is OK--but both of those suffer from bottlenecks--like timed sequences, etc.--that are mostly twitch-fests rather than all story and atmosphere, like W3. These guys put "Enhanced Edition" on the map...and been copied a hundred times, but never duplicated...;) Picking up the expansions for W3 really rounds out Geralt completely, imo...Toussant (Blood & Wine?), imo, is the better of the two expansions! But there's some completely off-the-wall and unexpected stuff in Hearts of Stone that will keep you in stitches...;)  
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News Comments > Star Citizen Year Five
61. Re: Star Citizen Year Five Mar 25, 2017, 11:58 WaltC
 
Cutter wrote on Mar 25, 2017, 09:52:
It was doomed to fail and amazingly enough it was because of all those GOP voters in the Rust Belt. They've been turning out in droves at town meetings castigating their reps and warning them not to fuck with the ACA. Everything else has gone to shit but at least now they have some basic healthcare, even they're not that dumb to let the GOP rob them of them of that now that they have it.

Reasoning like this is why the Democrats lost the government--lost both the Executive and Legislative branches to the (R)s. The ACA has already failed--most insurers have either already pulled out or else announced that they will pull out this year (Humana, for example, is pulling out this year--others like Aetna, have already left.)

As a non-Democrat, of course, I'm overjoyed to see people thinking like this because it illustrates why the Democrats won't be winning very much for a long time to come--the whole party it seems has suffered a psychotic break with reality...;) Had Obama not personally lied to the nation about premiums being reduced by an average of $2500 annually, and had he not personally stated on national television no less than 24 times (!) that "You can keep your doctor and keep your plan," the ACA--Obamacare--would never have seen the light of day--would never have passed in the first place. It created a huge red flag, too, when it became known that the Federal government, including all of the branches and the Fed bureaucracy, would *not* be put on Obamacare for the simple reason that it wasn't good enough for them. The ACA was good enough for you and me, but not for Obama, Pelosi, Schumer and their families, etc. ad infinitum. Amazing stupidity, actually.

Here's what *really* happened, for the people whose minds are not invalidated by their rote allegiance to mindless Democrat-party talking points...:)

The Congressional Republicans killed the Obamacare replacement simply because it was not a straight-up repeal, followed by a new plan that was clear, unambiguous, and fiscally responsible. It's just that simple. The Republicans killed this bill--because had they *wanted it* the Democrats could not have stopped them from getting it.

Watch for a straight-up repeal of the ACA coming soon, followed by a plan that doesn't lie to America simply to get it passed and a plan that strips the IRS and all involuntary mandates out. (The IRS has already instructed taxpayers to *ignore* the previous Obamacare $1k penalties, etc. It did that several weeks ago, IIRC.)

Anyway, that's the plan. I hope to see them make good on it for the good of the nation. The cynical part of me wonders if any of them from *either party* is capable of passing solid legislation of this magnitude, however. The next few weeks should be interesting. BTW, the sole aim of the Democrats in wishing for the failure of this particular bill is so that when when Obamacare breathes its last--it is currently on life support--they can blame the Republicans for its failure (because Obamacare died on the (R) watch) even though Obamacare is owned by the Democrats, 100%. Not a single Republican in Congress voted for it.

I'd like to see the ACA repealed in the a.m. and that very same day see a decent plan (that doesn't try to turn healthcare into another pay-or-prison income tax, and is good enough for Congress, too) pass that afternoon!...;) Hope springs eternal, eh?....;)
 
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News Comments > Morning Safety Dance
1. Re: Morning Safety Dance Mar 20, 2017, 12:57 WaltC
 
Comey testified that they were investigating *to see* if there was any "Russian interference" in the election. If you believe Hillary Clinton's "Russian" scapegoat theory as to why she lost the election, you've got some serious logic problems to overcome. Like, it wasn't just the Presidency the Republicans won, it was both houses of Congress, too. Most amusing of all, I'm waiting to hear the silly Democrats describe *what form* the "Russian interference" was supposed to have taken...;) We know for a fact that no Russians voted in the election--so of course that's out. It seems the Democrats want to blame the Russians (along with the Trump campaign) for the WikiLeaks documents that simply let America see the falsity and hypocrisy behind the Democrat party. If it's true the "Russians" were behind the country getting a good look at the true character of the Democrat party before the election--then, imo, we should give them medal for helping Wikileaks expose them. My personal theory is that someone inside the Democrat party who knows what is really happening (how the Clintons have destroyed the party) and doesn't like it one bit is behind the Wikileaks document dumps.  
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News Comments > MS Forcing Win10 on Latest CPUs?
7. Re: MS Forcing Win10 on Latest CPUs? Mar 16, 2017, 11:30 WaltC
 
Cutter wrote on Mar 16, 2017, 10:31:
Ok, seriously now, why hasn't anyone brought antitrust charges against MS at this point.

For what? The version those old cpus shipped with still run fine on the old cpus--it's just that they will no longer be updated.
 
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News Comments > MS Forcing Win10 on Latest CPUs?
5. Re: MS Forcing Win10 on Latest CPUs? Mar 16, 2017, 11:29 WaltC
 
I think the actual translation here is that really, really old cpus (probably ten years old or older) won't be updated by Microsoft any further in Win10 and from now on. The older cpus lack the necessary hardware for security enforcement (NX bit, etc.) People are always misunderstanding technology in some way, it seems. It won't be too long before even 32-bit CPUs are no longer supported. Progress marches on, etc.  
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
54. Re: Morning Tech Bits Mar 13, 2017, 20:33 WaltC
 
Windows 10x64 build 15055, notifications turned off--lots of other things turned off via built in settings. Ads: 0 that's z-e-r-o. This is the same old silly default-settings argument that people use to create straw men to argue over, as if the default settings could not be changed at will by the user. This argument to knock products is especially a stupid one--and insulting to users.

BTW, have you noticed how many web sites you can visit today that tell you to turn off the ad blocker or leave the site? The few adds in Windows that people voluntarily allow in (because you can turn them all off) are nothing compared to that.

People love to invent straw men to argue over, for some strange reason.

And Cutter...you might like to know that in the 1960's and 70's world population was projected to be 10 billion by the year 2000, and the Rain Forests were supposed to be all gone. None of it came even close to being true. The Earth is a much hardier place than men give it credit for, but mainly all of the fear-mongering about the future is meant to manipulate you politically--as if voting for slimy Democrats will "save the world"...;) Such a funny sentiment seeing as how there are more "1%" Democrats than Republicans, and how they are ever so much more corrupt and crooked. If a Democrat tells you it's true it probably isn't and he's merely trying to scare you to get your vote. They have found out that on some weak-minded voters that sort of "the sky is falling" hysteria translates into votes. Such a pity.
 
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News Comments > John Carmack Sues ZeniMax
44. Re: John Carmack Sues ZeniMax Mar 10, 2017, 17:16 WaltC
 
Poor Carmack...I am sure he rues the day he unloaded id on Zenimax...but when you deal with the devil...Too bad he couldn't have found a better buyer for ID--might have had to sell the company for less but it beats the attitude Zenimax has always held towards Carmack--as if he was their personal property. But I imagine that without getting a piece of Carmack the purchase of id software would have been far less attractive--maybe the only way Carmack could sell it at all, who knows? The $500M judgment seems absurd on the face of it--Oculus hasn't sold nearly that much inventory and is a long way from being profitable, so where do the damages come in? The basis for the Zenimax claim is anything but clear...;)  
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
1. Re: Morning Mobilization Mar 8, 2017, 10:55 WaltC
 
98% of the computers used by the 91% of companies now using Macs *for something* are not Macs, however...;) A small detail *cough* often left out of typical Apple euphoria...;) Too funny.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
5. Re: Out of the Blue Mar 7, 2017, 10:30 WaltC
 
Bill Paxton had an aortic aneurysm--wow, no wonder. My heart goes out to his family. Generally, they are not survivable and the usual approach is not to operate at all-- the condition is considered largely inoperable. My father had one and was told at Duke that it was inoperable, so no "election" for surgery was even possible for him. Instead, he treated the condition with the known drugs at the time and diet--and lived to be 63 when heart failure finally claimed him. So sad to see Paxton survive the surgery itself but succumb to a post-operative complication! Paxton was a very likable and amusing fellow! He will be missed by many I am sure.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
11. Re: Out of the Blue Mar 5, 2017, 17:19 WaltC
 
Dacote wrote on Mar 5, 2017, 15:56:
Barack Obama's master plan:
1) Wiretap the opposition
2) Gather damaging info
3) Say nothing
4) Let him win
5) Ride off into the sunset

Central problem is that it proves who "hacked the election" in truth, and it wasn't the Russians (who with an IQ > 10 might believe that story?) No Russians voted anywhere in America on Nov 8, 2016...Lol...;)It was *the Democrats* all along who hacked the election...! That's why they are so hot to pin phony accusations on Sessions & Trump--it's a favored tactic of crooks--accuse the innocent of your own crimes to try and move the attention off of yourself. It's backfired enormously in this case, because Trump is not about to become a fool for the Democrats. But...Democrats never learn, you can count on that. Stupid is is stupid does, I suppose.

With every Republican starting with GW Bush, the Democrats found that at the first false accusation the Republican candidates freak out in nerve-biting fear because they are cowards without the strength of their own convictions. So they found it easy to manipulate the previous Republican dummies by tossing empty threats and false accusations. This won't work on Trump--they are discovering to their own misfortune. But the best is yet to come!

Poor GW Bush...he seems to have only one goal remaining in his life, and that is to grovel before the people who didn't vote for him and who lied about him egregiously because he wants them to like him now. Aw, Georgy-worgy wants to be loved by the voters who hated and maligned him. GW doesn't seem to care at all about whether the people who voted for him like him at all--and of course, so they don't! His ludicrous war against Trump has its origins in the fact that GW blames Trump for beating his brother Jeb!--ha-ha!--so badly for the nomination. Jealousy is an ugly thing to see. Bush identifies with the entitlement notions of Clinton/Obama/Pelosi and the many racist Democrats now in Congress. How dare an upstart like Trump, who cannot be bought, who owes no special favors, and who actually dares to keep his campaign promises *gasp*--how dare he run for the Presidency and win!? Ah, the cheek--the arrogance of such a thing! So goes the sad Establishment song of the RINOs and Democrats alike.

No more Clintons/Obamas/Bushes...down with dynasties. I'm all for that.

Quite a show in Washington...pass the popcorn...!...;)
 
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