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|1 week 1 day ago||Lost In Senseless Parentheses||
Lost In Senseless Parentheses
|14 weeks 6 days ago||Can't be easily done,||
Can't be easily done, unfortunately.
|27 weeks 5 days ago||I think I fixed it. Email me||
I think I fixed it. Email me if you still see the issue.
I don't really control which ads get displayed, but I think I've shut off the offending provider.
And please remember, ads make the blog money...
|38 weeks 2 days ago||I think most OSU fans like Ed||
I think most OSU fans like Ed Warriner more than Herman. He's also more ready to become a head coach. Ed's down side is that he's not a great recruiter. He can, however, take a bunch of random big kids and make them a decent offensive line in a matter of weeks.
|38 weeks 4 days ago||Braxton Miller||
|40 weeks 3 days ago||Easier just to email me, but||
Easier just to email me, but it appears that the post won't go through if you're not logged in. Go back and log in and the reply should go through fine. I'll fix it so you get a notification when you're not logged in (which I thought was there at some point)
|40 weeks 3 days ago||Testing||
|42 weeks 2 days ago||Same application, same essay,||
Same application, same essay, just $70 more to apply to another school. I wouldn't be surprised to see a UC-SB level student apply to UCLA for another $70 due to the ease of applying whereas they might not have if the application was seperate.
|42 weeks 2 days ago||I think the non Berkeley||
I think the non Berkeley California schools get a bit of a bump from the common application. Heck, Cal probably does too. The acceptance rates are artificially lowered due to the ease of applying.
|42 weeks 2 days ago||I would assume Illinois is||
I would assume Illinois is considered a better engineering school by most people. It's been top 5 in EE and CE for as long as I can remember.
|42 weeks 5 days ago||I'm stuck at my daughters||
I'm stuck at my daughters birthday party in Woodinville.
|44 weeks 4 days ago||Not you. Stupid ios7 and all||
Not you. Stupid ios7 and all the hipster thin helvetica. I'm redoing the titles, and I'm getting older, so I'll see what I can do.
|44 weeks 4 days ago||Hi Six Zero! I'll let you||
Hi Six Zero! I'll let you know when Apple lets us know.
|44 weeks 5 days ago||Thanks. Finally freeing up||
Thanks. Finally freeing up from an insane year at work. Planning on modernizing the look over the next few weeks. Hoping to submit something every couple of weeks. I assume I'll need to do something for the new iPhones as well. Thanks for your patience.
|45 weeks 5 days ago||Ok||
|45 weeks 5 days ago||Test||
|45 weeks 5 days ago||I know I know... I've had the||
I know I know... I've had the fix for months, just needed to polish the ipad version. Bad me.
|45 weeks 5 days ago||I guess this is the kick in||
I guess this is the kick in the butt I needed.
Time to submit some updates.
|47 weeks 3 days ago||His reply had nothing to do||
His reply had nothing to do with Microsoft.
|47 weeks 3 days ago||The title is a little||
The title is a little confusing. It doesn't sound like this is the full OSU Alumni association, just some band sub-group as far as I can tell.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Turkish subtitles are||
Turkish subtitles are un-American.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||This is true. I've been on||
This is true. I've been on both sides of this and both companies have come to the same conclusion. The cost of offering backwards compatibility is not worth the gain. Not only is it not worth the gain, it also offers diminishing returns over time as fewer people use it.
From a technical standpoint, this generation didn't provide enough of a performance boost to be able to easily emulate something like Cell (1 3.2 GHZ PPC core and 3.2 GHz 7 "SPU"s) with the new x86 architecture.
The good news is, I suspect all future generations will be backwards compatible, assuming they all stay on the x86 architecture.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Agree on the crappy roll out.||
Agree on the crappy roll out. Fortunately, those people have been forced out (Don Mattrick). There were actually some good ideas there, just not well executed. I personally would prefer to have some of those back (discless DRM, game sharing, etc.).
|1 year 4 weeks ago||That did sound harsher than I||
That did sound harsher than I intended... pirate away.
Back to your original question... I have 2 XBones, 2 360s and a PS3.
To tell you the truth, the 360 is still the most often used console in the family.
I do think the "One" has the highest upside, given the delta between what the 360 used to be and what it is now. The upside is based more on non core gaming functions (integration with the MSFT ecosystem, entertainment/TV integration, etc.).
I do think the PS4 is a slick looking machine. MSFT was a little too cautious this time around with cooling post RROD. I've never been a big fan of Sony's software capabilities (outside of their gaming studios), but I do tend to lean Japanese in my gaming taste.
If I were you, I'd wait for the 2nd revisions of both machines and enjoy the newest PS3 or 360.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||It does suck to have to||
It does suck to have to exchange money for goods and services. Death to companies.
Sony also sells movies and music you can get for free. Death to them too.
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Out of curiosity, why the||
Out of curiosity, why the immense hate for MSFT? Gamers tend to forgive Sony for a lot of sins, but hold decades old grudges against MSFT.
|1 year 5 weeks ago||You don't live in Seattle.||
You don't live in Seattle. Which is odd, because you are HipsterCat.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||J.T. Barrett will be a||
J.T. Barrett will be a redshirt freshman. He was recovering from an injury last year.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Similar story here. Just a||
Similar story here. Just a terribly managed company trying desperately to grow profits on declining revenue by short sided cost cutting. I'm glad I got out when I did. It's great to work for a company that actually gives a shit about their employees.
The Power development group is hemorrhaging talent and I assume they won't be in hardware development for much longer.
A great American government driven to the ground by two shitty CEOs. A shame.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Boo Big Blue||
This is OK, as long as none of these students gets tricked into working for that sinking ship of a company.