There is something you should know about the 4th generation of robots!
(45:10 into the video)
I made a marble race.
As it took me way longer than I had anticipated (making b-roll when using Blender simply means twice the modelling and render time, for example), I could not be bothered to fix all the obvious problems. Erm, yay for jank?
The most important thing is there, i.e. ill-payed marbles risking life and limb (?) for your entertainment. (Repost from Facebook)
Why, when I encounter a software problem, and I think it may be PEBCAK, but my ego says 'bug', and so suggests a quick Google search for others with the same symptoms, and I start treating it as a bug and start breaking up the problem into smaller parts until I realise both that it is not a bug and that I can make the problem go away, do I feel disappointed?
Wasn't the goal to make the problem go away?
Also, this is how Caesar wrote sentences.
Sometime last year I read that we Dutch simply don't know how COVID spreads: contact tracing is too difficult.
Well apparently girls give you cooties, end of.
The stupidity, it burns.
Luxurious life boats for scared X-ionaires are nothing new.
In 1954 the court of Maastricht sentenced "president" Robert L. to 2.5 years in prison for selling space on his yacht to a notary public, a teacher and a manufacturer whom he had frightened with stories about an "impending communist invasion".
The clipping is from a communist newspaper, by the way.
"De boeren zijn de oorzaak van de #avondklokrellen", aldus Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer.
I like this because on the one hand it sits in the middle of retro computing, but the people doing this seem to be outsiders to the retro computing scene, so the language they use is not the language of retro computing.
In fact the artist says at one point that he considers it a failure "if the project does not work for someone who has no idea what these machines are."
(Documentary about an artist who puts on audio-visual shows with the help of 5 CBM 8032 computers.)
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