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We live in a world that’s pretty crappy sometimes, and the current world political situation just makes things look even bleaker. It’s so nice, then, to occasionally see a few stories that can warm your heart and make you feel … Continue reading
Still some light posting this weekend, as I’m in the house-buying mode. Something I came across recently, which is a little old but entertaining: an enterprising Norwegian teenager has been recreating, with stop-motion animation and Legos, the entire first Half-Life … Continue reading