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Barkley Marathons on Netflix – mesmerizingly brilliant, and the sleep deprivation will strike a chord too.Posted 2 months ago | Go to post
Reply to: 2020 Santa Cruz Hightower unveiled
Yeah, colours are pretty awful across the board, with the exception of the blue 5010 (although the decal colour is nasty).
Doesn’t look like they are doing any frame only options any more, unless they haven’t fully updated everything yet.Posted 3 months ago | Go to post
Agree with your assesment of the Bontrager pack – really comfortable, and while it doesn’t carry a huge amount of stuff (no bad thing), it’s just right for 3ish hour rides.Posted 4 months ago | Go to post
Reply to: Ambergate woods – Derbyshire
Betty Kenny tree end has been clearfelled, and all the trails above the fireroad (ie, to the right as you climb) have been completely trashed. There are still some nice trails to the left of the fireroad, although not sure for how much longer.Posted 5 months ago | Go to post
Another vote for The Cuckoo’s Egg.
This is well worth a read : Commodore: A Company On The Edge by Brian BagnallPosted 9 months ago | Go to post
I thought it looked decent initially, but boosted ads completely break it from a browsing POV.
Maybe change the boost functionality so it works more like PB repost?Posted 10 months ago | Go to post
Reply to: OOP for [complete] idiots
Agree that getting a solid understanding of one thing is a very good move, and once you’ve got one major language under your belt, learning others is largely a case of syntax (unless you’re talking major paradigm shifts like OO to functional).
I think that before recommending any particular language, it would be worth finding out what the OP would like to achieve.Posted 1 year ago | Go to post
I’ve written games on Amiga/ST/SNES/PC Engine/PSX/N64/Dreamcast/PS2/360/Wii/PS3/WiiU and have nearly all of them in the loft along with dev kits for some of them. Also got my old C64.
I like to have a record of the games I’ve worked on, although no idea why I’m keeping the hardware. Work exclusively on mobile stuff now, but have no real interest in holding onto any of that.Posted 1 year ago | Go to post
I loved Soviet Bus Stops – if any book is going to make you want to visit Abkhazia, this is it.
Edward Burtinsky – Essential Elements is amazing :Posted 1 year ago | Go to post
Reply to: Weehoo trailer
As others have noted, setup and (dis)mounting is a bit faffy. Overall though ours has been great, my kids have had loads of fun with it.
Another thing to consider is that the WeeHoo is big and heavy and takes up a lot of room in a car, so trips further afield can be awkward.
Mine (mk1) will up for sale soon too – PM me if interested.Posted 1 year ago | Go to post