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  1. My surgery time is set

    by , September 12th, 2012 at 03:50 PM (The Dark Side of the Moon (Kieran's Works))
    I have to be at the hospital at 7:45 tomorrow morning, for the procedure two hours later - and I will be staying overnight. That means that this is pretty much my last day online for a while.

    I'll try to get back as quickly and consistently as I can, and I'll miss you guys in the meantime. See you all on the other side.
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  2. ARMA III developers arrested for espionage

    I know it's bad but when I read this in the news I couldn't help but chuckle at it a little. Knowing the guys I bet that one mission will have that in the game. Some reporters getting arrested while reporting on the attack on Limnos.

    And it makes you think, in this day and age of photo satelites and google maps the information censorship feels kind of a backwater to me.

    Well wish them luck.

    Greece should be grateful for the advertisement.

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    Updated September 17th, 2012 at 03:10 PM by Reekwind

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  3. Intelligence Test - How smart are you?

    by , September 11th, 2012 at 08:08 PM (668 - Neighbor of the Beast)
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  4. UK Ngamer magazine closed down (thoughts)

    When Nintendo Gamer arrived in my country about 5 years ago, although being nothing more than a mere translation, it rapidly became popular. Why? It was a magazine about videogames that was made for ol' Nintendo players and actually contained interesting facts, had lengthy in-depth reviews of different games, introduced me and my friend to the world of imports with Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! and so on. The editors opened up a forum, which took no less than a couple days to be full of users from all ...
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  5. C++ clustercuss

    Now for the most part, I've been practicing as much as I could with C++ as far as I know it. Using the same compiler (DEV-C++) since 2 years ago. Now I'm having already mixed feelings about that compiler as it seems to be having problems, despite the fact that it seems I never had a problem with that thing before.

    I can't fathom why, but after various complaints from other programmer users and such, Man what a problem Dev C++ is. And I'm so close making an executable file for my little ...