Not that long ago, I reviewed Chip's Challenge. I played that as a sort of introduction to this game.
A while ago, I was on a podcast talking about E3. I talked about all the big publishers announcing their games. Lately, I have realized that the videogame industry is decadent. As a note, it seems that many people don't know what that word means. Decadent means decaying.
Many people who support Net Neutrality do so because of public advocacy. I mean, who can be against having an internet that treats everyone equally? You're reading this right now, so
something everything must have worked.
I've finally managed to start turning on Twentieth Century. I was able to back it up, so if anything happens, it should be a little easier to restore.
As you know, I'm a vehement supporter of International Backup Awareness Day. You can just listen to my podcast and tell. When the new version of Ubuntu came out last month, I decided to change a bunch of things.
Like most games anymore, Borderlands 2 has DLC. It is overflowing with it. Some games sort of give up; others have less but more substantial installments. I do not have all of the DLC for Borderlands 2, but I have most of the main points. It seems that most of the DLC centers around some character.
Advanced RISC Machine CPUs, or ARM, have taken over the world in the past 10 years. Although this architecture has been around since the 1980s, it's only with the proliferation of cellphones and their monthly replacement cycles that they have outnumbered everything else. Up until then, they were mostly found in low power applications, like microcontrollers. I find it strange that the same CPU architecture can power some people's most loved and most hated CPUs.