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Old 08-12-2020, 08:38 PM   #1721 (permalink)
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Apparently they are making all new original music for the soundtrack. This goes into the process with one band.

I am a little worried that the music will be bad, but I'm on PC anyways so I should be able to provide my own stuff.
gutanteed it'll be ass

I've noticed that "gamers" and devs tend to have abysmal tastes when it comes to live band type music
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Old 08-25-2020, 07:22 AM   #1722 (permalink)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XdkKMhAdnA


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Should we terraform Mars? How would we do it? Why would we do it? Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice are here to break down the logistics of putting humans on the Red Planet. You’ll learn why, if we want to warm Mars out of permafrost, it would be a BYOGHG event. You’ll also learn about Elon Musk’s plan to warm up Mars. Chuck ponders the benefits of being a two-planet species. All that, plus, Neil explains why the day we have the power to terraform Mars is the same day we have the power to terraform Earth.



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Humanity’s future is glorious. As we master space travel, we’ll hop from one lifeless world to the next. Life will blossom in our path and the galaxy with shimmer with beautiful Earth-like orbs. Hmmm… maybe. This won’t sound so far fetched if we prove we can do it at least once. If we successfully terraform Mars.
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Old 08-26-2020, 12:39 PM   #1723 (permalink)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0V3TVKGjI0Q&t=28s



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Ever wondered who created G-code? Marc Cronin, from @G-Code Tutor, discusses the origins and the future possibilities of the programming language.

G-code programming language was invented somewhere between 1958 and 1961 according to the official documents. The MIT was the first institution to start using it and experimenting with it. The programming language is one of the most ancient programming languages but despite his age is still one of the most utilized nowadays in a multitude of environments, including the majority of modern machine shops.

During the 1970s through the 1990s several CNC machine tool builders attempted to overcome capacity difficulties by standardizing on different machine controllers built by FANUC.

In modern days, controllers' differences and incompatibilities are not as troublesome as modern machines because modern machines operate using CAD/CAM. CAD/CAM machines can post to any version of G-code as the software is capable of dealing with the different variances that the machine manufacturers have added to the program over the years.
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Old 08-31-2020, 06:06 AM   #1725 (permalink)
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Russia’s meddling in the United States’ elections is not a hoax. It’s the culmination of Moscow’s decades-long campaign to tear the West apart. “Operation InfeKtion” reveals the ways in which one of the Soviets’ central tactics — the promulgation of lies about America — continues today, from Pizzagate to George Soros conspiracies. Meet the KGB spies who conceived this virus and the American truth squads who tried — and are still trying — to fight it. Countries from Pakistan to Brazil are now debating reality, and in Vladimir Putin’s greatest triumph, Americans are using Russia’s playbook against one another without the faintest clue.
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Last night I watched the Netflix documentary, "The Social Dilemma", which, mainly through interviews with IT experts, explores the implications and methods behind our use of facebook, YouTube, etc. Music Banter isn't mentioned, but we are right there in the thick of it, so this prog is worth looking at imo. For some of you, though, it may just confirm what you know already. Anyway, here's a free review of the prog from First Post:

https://www.firstpost.com/entertainm...y-8802681.html
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Old 09-15-2020, 03:50 PM   #1727 (permalink)
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I just watched the first episode of the Middlemarch BBC series. I'd imagined Lydgate looking less polished and conventional and I pictured Mary differently too (but the casting of darling Mary could never live up to my imagination) but she has the Attitude so I approve. The rest is pretty much as I imagined (Dorothea is perfectly cast lol), I'm enjoying it a lot
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Glad you're enjoying it, Marie! I can't comment on the casting, as I haven't read the book yet - but as far as the tv production goes, Dorothea, Mary, and Dr. Lydgate are my favorite characters. I also recall liking Mr. Garth (Mary's dad) a lot, and Uncle Brooke is a hoot! LOL at Dorothea (reluctantly) examining Mamma's emerald necklace: "How deeply colors seem to penetrate one, like scent."

My vote for best scene with your darling Mary is the night of Mr. Featherstone's death, when they are alone - that one really stuck with me - a brief but amazing scene which really encapsulates Mary's good character.

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Old 09-16-2020, 02:16 PM   #1729 (permalink)
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yes the deathbed scene with Mary is permanently engraved in my heart <3 and Mr. Garth is one of the nicest characters.
I once read some essay on George Eliot which talked about the fact that, for a writer who is considered so cerebral, she's remarkably aware of physical/sexual and other worldly temptations, and I really liked that observation. Like how many of her strongest characters in the end marry much less worthy people who just happen to have sex appeal. The thing with the necklace is one of those clever ways in which she shows Dorothea's repressed urges and desires, and the actress nails it too
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I've watched the series about three times and cry at the deathbed scene with Mary every time. That's a very interesting observation about George Eliot's writing. I saw a Top 100 British novels of all time list on the 'net the other day, and Middlemarch was #1. I really need to lock myself in a "tenant's cottage" someday and read it!
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