ExGemini wrote on Jul 22, 2021, 14:21:You can get all three of the original games for $55 (+ tax) on Amazon for physical copies, $17 (+ tax) for download copies. Most of the bugs have been fixed by now, too.
70$ for the game and 120$ of DLC including the ending.
The Flying Penguin wrote on May 31, 2021, 08:24:The fact that you can only opt out using their fucking app is complete horse shit. I opted out when this first hit several months ago, then deleted the app from my phone. I'll probably download it one more time in a couple of weeks to make sure I'm still opted out, then nuke that thing again.MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on May 30, 2021, 20:42:jdreyer wrote on May 30, 2021, 18:39:
Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors
Just what I want: to be responsible for my neighbor's internet usage. Gonna suck for people on data caps.
People will be lucky if it's just the data cap, and not somebody using their wifi/internet service to look some horrific shit and get them put on a watch list, or earning them a visit from law enforcement.
Never have open or even guest Wifi at your house or business, unless it's heavily filtered, even then it's just not worth it.
Well, to be fair, that's not how this works and the headline is misleading clickbait. Sidewalk just allows nearby Amazon devices to mooch bandwidth during outages, or if they're out of range of your access point, but within range of your neighbors. It also supports their location trackers like their pet tracker. It's not an open Wifi access point for anyone to use, it's just for Amazon devices that support Sidewalk.
I agree, this should not be opt out, but that's the way things are here until we get stricter privacy laws like the EU.
Meanwhile, already turned off a while ago on my Ring account (there's a toggle for it in the Ring app settings), which is the only Amazon devices I use (long time Ring user, from before they were swallowed by Amazon), and they're all restricted to guest networks on my LANs, isolated from the main network.
RedEye9 wrote on May 24, 2021, 19:39:Arizona has had this for several years now and, as you would expect, shootings increase year after year. The knuckle-dragging mouth breathers claim, as is their wont, that more guns are the answer. They are, of course, completely wrong.Teddy wrote on May 24, 2021, 18:36:Florida is not the only state where Republicans are destroying societal and ethical norms.
It's seriously the only thing that they need to do to get rid of idiotic laws like this. Flex their muscle, explain to the public in one final message that the state has enacted a law that makes doing business within Florida a detriment to the company, then cut all access to twitter within the state of Florida. Wait for the screaming hordes to descend upon the politicians because the people have lost a convenience they want, and that law will vanish in a heartbeat.
The lowly texas governor will go against the wishes of law enforcement agencies who claim a bill endangers both the public and the police.
When it signs the bill
You'll be able to carry a handgun in the state of Texas without a license, background check or any training. It goes w/out saying that gun control groups also oppose the insanity. Jesus Fucking Christ we are doomed.
Mr. Tact wrote on May 5, 2021, 13:25:If it requires you to turn on Bluetooth on your phone, you're opening yourself up to having your phone hacked. Bluetooth is about as secure as a wet paper bag.MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on May 5, 2021, 13:15:How about ear buds?
Also, never connect your phone to anything with Bluetooth, for fuck's sake.
Nullity wrote on May 4, 2021, 13:07:I've had a premium membership on Ultimate Guitar for a few years now and it's pretty awesome if you play but have a tin ear. The folks that run the sight take requests for creating tablature of songs, as does the community at large. If you're interested in that sort of thing, check out https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/. According to the release, Audacity is going to remain free. We'll see how that goes...Free Audio Editor Audacity Has Been Acquired By Muse GroupI don't use it very often, but Audacity is great. I don't know anything about the Muse Group or their other products, but something tells me I better download and save a copy of the current version, as these things never seem to go well.
eRe4s3r wrote on Apr 22, 2021, 10:36:Elves have had immunity to sleep and charm, infravision (now dark vision in 5e), and do not need to actually sleep for over 40 years. They are great for prolonged dungeon delving, as they can be on watch while everyone else gets all their spells and such back, so the party doesn't have to leave and return again.Armengar wrote on Apr 22, 2021, 09:51:
5e Bards are great. Vicious mockery cantrip is a staple opening move. Low wisdom mobs are basically on disadvantage permanently - very strong. Dissonant Whispers is great when your party can all take attack of opportunity as they flee. Faerie Fire is a bard/druid spell and gives advantage instead, another great one.
They arent heavy hitters but are very capable. With the 5e direction on magical armour, they arent as squishy as other spellcasters either.
With polymorph picked they can be very heavy hitters and have extreme durability too. Now if only 5e would fix the races, because elves are absurdly OP (4hr rests, dark vision, immunity to charm)