This was so hard to figure out... #rainbow
Or it was released Sunday. Whatever...
Episode 79 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast was released yesterday, which is freakin' late! There's a new character in the book, and the name isn't awful!
Spent the last hour or two trying to get this Mastodon instance back. Something went horribly wrong with an #ubuntu automatic update that killed the Raspberry Pi server.
Disabled unattended-upgrades, so we should be good now.
In 1993 Infogrames rushed the release of Alone in the Dark 2, and as a result it came out in a near unplayable state. And then instead of rebalancing it they included a teleport that skipped the entire first part of the game in the CD-ROM version, and threw in this "SECRET DOORS" disk with later floppy releases.
So what was on that floppy? Well, it turns out that it's nothing but a six sets of saved games. It's not even noted which parts of the game they lead to! Remember: $9.95 value!
My NeXT Cube makes me angry. They were terribly overpriced and under-powered computers. Please stop treating them as if the were a miraculous machine. If you own a modern Mac with all its limitations, you're living the NeXT nightmare endgame: locked-down machines with excessively proprietary APIs.
Episode 76 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast is now available! Wondering how I can possibly equate an ancient, magical, underground fortress with the mall? Listen in to find out!
Also, that user must have an “oddball chipset” on his motherboard. WTF?
Listening to Late Night Linux podcast, and they are the ultimate #linux apologists. They’re talking about a Windows user who tried KDE Plasma. His complaint: desktop feels like beta software and crashes. Their explanation: well, Windows and macOS do too!
Episode 75 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast is out finally even though I recorded this garbage a week ago! Our hero Henry has a surprise in his pocket. Find out what it is!
Uploading a #podcast episode now. Who wouldn't want to listen to this!
Some thoughts on my #Atari TT030