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We put more heart and soul into this game than any other that we've ever made, IMO. I'm still very proud of it!
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I finally understand entropy because of this INCREDIBLE interactive explainer by
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yesterday
(500) https://aatishb.github.io/entropy/
I finally understand entropy because of this INCREDIBLE interactive explainer by
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yesterday
Fun vs. Computer Science
New prog21 post: Fun vs. Computer Science
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2 days ago
(500) https://evanw.github.io/font-texture-generator/
Just published an online font texture generator: . It uses jump flooding for fast signed distance field generation.
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4 days ago
[Updated] Facts | Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam ~ Horn Affairs English
Huge dam being built in Ethiopia, with a water storage capacity as big as Lake Mead and Lake Powell put together (and those two are the largest storage reservoirs in the U.S.).
engineering  water 
4 days ago
Dams and hydropower in Ethiopia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ethiopia is building tons of hydroelectric power dams since 2010
water  engineering 
4 days ago
Gezira Scheme - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The Gezira Scheme is one of the largest irrigation projects in the world."
water 
4 days ago
Qattara Depression Project - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There's an area of the Sahara that's below sea level. Letting water flow into it could be used for hydropower. Unfortunately some crazy people proposed that this would be done by nuclear bomb blasts.
construction  engineering  environment 
4 days ago
GitHub - Auburns/FastNoiseSIMD: C++ SIMD Noise Library
C++ noise library that's much faster than libnoise or accidental-noise.
c++  software  math  gamedev 
6 days ago
buxtronix comments on ELI5: Why are fiber-optic connections faster? Don't electrical signals move at the speed of light anyway, or close to it?
Google engineer explains why fiber optic connections work better than copper cable, then a bunch of responses offer alternative explanations
hardware  networking 
8 days ago
Twitter
Attempted visual explanation of the central limit theorem, built with and :
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10 days ago
Central Limit Theorem
Attempted visual explanation of the central limit theorem, built with and :
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10 days ago
Blobs in Games: 3 Whys - what problem am I addressing?
For some of the things I write, I throw it away, start over, throw it away again, …
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10 days ago
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For some of the things I write, I throw it away, start over, throw it away again, …
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10 days ago
Twitter
a pretty quickly because why not?
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10 days ago
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a via tips from . This is my 55th drawing and my 4th attempt at drawing a hand. !
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10 days ago
Twitter
In my brief tenure at Google, I freaked out how Andy Hertzfeld had an office down the hall. Nobody else gave a shit
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11 days ago
How to setup a gaming virtual machine with GPU passthrough (QEMU, KVM, libvirt, and VFIO) | Se7enSins Gaming Community
It's now possible to set up a virtual machine that gets its own dedicated GPU, separate from the host machine. Requires two GPUs, but since most newer intel CPUs have onboard graphics, you can use that for your Linux host, and then use your dedicated GPU for Windows inside the virtual machine, and play games inside the virtual machine.
howto  linux 
11 days ago
Dissonant tones sound fine to people not raised on Western music | Ars Technica
Evidence for consonance/ dissonance being cultural despite the mathematical explanation
music 
12 days ago
Twitter
RT : What Offworld looked like in early 2014...
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14 days ago
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Trying to come up with a short comparison of three algorithms used for game pathfinding, not happy with wording…
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16 days ago
Contextual Identities on the Web | Tanvi Vyas
Mozilla's trying to make a less heavyweight version of the multiple-profiles feature so that you can have tabs with different sets of cookies, etc.
firefox  privacy 
17 days ago
Structured program theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
RT : Early proponents of structured programming disliked break/continue, but they help usability:
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18 days ago
Twitter
RT : Early proponents of structured programming disliked break/continue, but they help usability:
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18 days ago
Twitter
with , so much fun! Slowly progressing towards , perhaps eventually some concept art.
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19 days ago
Twitter
Imp, a proof-of-concept language built on Eve, has an interesting philosophy wrt syntax.
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21 days ago
imp/diary.md at master · jamii/imp · GitHub
Imp, a proof-of-concept language built on Eve, has an interesting philosophy wrt syntax.
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21 days ago
Video Conference Part 1: These Things Suck – Ben Garney
Got fed up with Skype, wrote my own toy video chat codec/app, wrote articles about it:
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22 days ago
Twitter
Got fed up with Skype, wrote my own toy video chat codec/app, wrote articles about it:
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22 days ago
Twitter
the next unexplored gaming platform!
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24 days ago
PDF game
Yikes, Breakout implemented in … PDF. PDF can run JS in some PDF viewers, including Chrome
security 
24 days ago
Fantasy Generator
Procedural name generator for generic fantasy names, species, groups, and taverns
procedural 
24 days ago
Twitter
inspired . My 9th using with cth-460. I've got a long way to go. Soon, gameart!
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24 days ago
Transbay Tunnel animated illustration - YouTube
Video showing the Caltrain route underneath San Francisco to the TransBay terminal
video  transportation 
25 days ago
ACB_scale_-_legal_size.pdf
List of anti-choline / anti-cholinergic drugs. These can increase the chance of dementia and Alzheimer's. The list of drugs is very long.
biology 
25 days ago
Improving Color on the Web | WebKit
How do you specify what color space you're using when you put images or css colors on the web? Once again, Apple is thinking about these issues and I don't hear anything about this from other browsers.
color 
27 days ago
Creating the Ferengi – Forgotten Trek
History of the Ferengi aliens on Star Trek (including TNG, DS9), and how the original vision of a bloodthirsty extremist enemy morphed into … Quark the bartender.
history  stories 
27 days ago
Twitter
I use D3 for most of my interactive tutorials; looking forward to trying the new version.
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4 weeks ago
Anti-Grain Geometry - AGG Reference Manual
Anti-Grain has some great articles explaining line drawing, text rendering, antialiasing, etc.
graphics 
4 weeks ago
Technical debt… or technical weight? | Bart Wronski
new blog post! About "technical weight"- or when your properly coded and designed systems cost a lot in the long-run
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4 weeks ago
Game logic before graphics : gamedev
In comments: screenshot of the first version of Path of Exile compared to release version
gamedev 
4 weeks ago
Account Suspended
Do you have a new url for your article ?
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4 weeks ago
Untitled (https://community.steambirds.com/blog/133)
Great post by about how we make bullets in our MMO Steambirds. Also screenshots.
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4 weeks ago
ScreenBloom
App that sets the philips hue bulb color to match whatever's on the screen
hue 
4 weeks ago
You-Dont-Know-JS/README.md at master · getify/You-Dont-Know-JS · GitHub
Books that explain all the details of Javascript scope, "this", typeof, objects, promises/async, generators, es6…
javascript 
4 weeks ago
Twitter
Today's Feel free to suggest skin ideas, folks.
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4 weeks ago
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maybe..mainland is gigantic landmass, and the island is top left?
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5 weeks ago
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ive got a lopsided misshapen one
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
Obviously the most important news today: I released 'How to Make an RPG' 🎉

Check it out:
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5 weeks ago
How to Make an RPG: Release! | How to Make an RPG
Obviously the most important news today: I released 'How to Make an RPG' 🎉

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5 weeks ago
Can We Hack Our Vision To See Infrared With The Naked Eye? | Popular Science
Someone took vitamin A2 instead of regular vitamin A to make their eyes adapt to seeing infrared !?
biology 
5 weeks ago
The Rule of 72 – BetterExplained
Beauty of text lessons: Decade-old article can be updated in minutes with a new insight.
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5 weeks ago
In addition to being nicely divisible, 72 has an important advantage which most ... | Hacker News
Beauty of text lessons: Decade-old article can be updated in minutes with a new insight.
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5 weeks ago
Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine
I do use but links around the web are broken, and no new articles will be written, and
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5 weeks ago
The Monaco Code Editor | Hacker News
Discussion about the Monaco editor, written in JS/DOM, includes optimization tips for dealing with browser rendering
performance 
5 weeks ago
Reweighting a graph for faster shortest paths: 11011110
A* can be viewed as Dijkstra's Algorithm with different weights
algorithms  pathfinding 
5 weeks ago
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If you think Maths is too complicated, check out the amazing work of .
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
Today, passes 1 million users in 222 countries. I'm especially chuffed by the latter.
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5 weeks ago
Neural networks and deep learning
Today, passes 1 million users in 222 countries. I'm especially chuffed by the latter.
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5 weeks ago
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