@ohyran Wow, that's very funny. My reading:
MS: "Sorry, prices are going up!"
Cern: "Really? OK, we'll not only replace you, we'll publish guides so everyone can replace you too."
MS: "Oh look, ha ha, there was an extra zero on that price quote, it was just a typo, would you like another glass of champagne?"
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Dice appreciation toot Show more
People sometimes joke that I hoard dice.
And to be fair, I have a lot of them.
But every time I meet someone who is interested in #DnD but has never played, I give them a set of dice.
What better way to start a new adventure than with an unexpected gift?
Behold: my dice hoard.
The way I see it, a personal computer should enable four things. The fact that they all start with C is a nice coincidence.
In a perfect world, your PC should enable you to create things, consume the things other people have created, communicate with people, and customize the way you do each of these things to suit your tastes.
Of course, each of those headers has its own sub-items, and that's where things get interesting.
Here's a good article on the things we have forgotten when it comes to teaching computing: https://twobithistory.org/2019/03/31/bbc-micro.html
Launching the kickstarter for a book of all of these illustrated haiku later TODAY :0 (Making a kickstarter took way longer than I anticipated,especially in conjunction with the rough couple of weeks I've had) CW: blood/gore Show more
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