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  • jdh30

    jdh30

    March 10, 2015, 7:12 pm

    I disagree:

    "Imagine for a moment that you print 1000 copies, and sell only 300. Your manufacturing cost is actually triple what you told yourself it was." - Tim O'Reilly

    The whole point of printing on-demand is that you don't print far more copies than you need.

    "A self-published author also has the additional time and cost of shipping copies. Have a big success, and you might wish you had a publisher to handle some of those tasks for you." - Tim O'Reilly

    I can do everything a trade publisher does and more. Why would I give a publisher 90% of my money to do a tiny fraction of the work when I could just employ people to handle any extra workload?

    From my point of view, trade publishers are down there with estate agents. They add nothing and only exist because people still think they are necessary even though modern printers rendered them obsolete years ago. My advice to any budding author is to take the time to write high quality content and then publish it yourself at an appropriate price. Don't waste your time and money fighting lay people.

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  • Kemuel

    Kemuel

    March 10, 2015, 10:16 pm

    Deep story is a bit of a luxury in most linear FPS games.. Bioshock's been mentioned already, I see.

    FEAR wasn't too bad, nor was Quake 4.. I found both to be enjoyable. Unreal 2 was kinda forgettable, but fun. The original Unreal still holds up pretty well, as do the few single-player mods for Unreal Tournament like Escape From Na-Pali.

    If you step away from the sci-fi, the first two Call of Duty games and the original PC Medal of Honour, Allied Assault, both had a lot of action in them, but the plots were kind of predictable.

    edit-The 'predictable' plot I was talking about being World War II. Attempt at humour apparently failed..

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  • mayobutter

    mayobutter

    March 11, 2015, 6:12 am

    We get a lot of clients that just want a website, some webforms that get emailed to them, an events calendar, a place to put files, and maybe a running news listing somewhere. With Drupal I bang these out in sometimes half a day.

    I've got a "blank" drupal install with all the essentials - CCK, Views, Webform, CKEditor, etc. that I just clone for every new site. Sure, it took me a while to figure out this module "recipe", and I doubt a non-developer could have figured it out, but since most of our clients confuse "FTP" with "Internet Explorer" I don't think any CMS would work for them out of the box.

    Once the site's up I tell the client, "Click that create content link there.... Ok now from here it works pretty much just like MS Word. Call me if you have any questions."

    Drupal rocks.

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  • VicinSea

    VicinSea

    March 11, 2015, 5:08 am

    I am pretty sure my ancestors didn't roll the scraps around in shit before they made them into pemmican. The scraps are not the problem, the filthy conditions, overcrowding and poorly trained and overworked employees are what leads to contamination.

    Every single corporate food system in the US has massive problems caused by the need for profit. We have to have a law to tell these companies not to feed us the cattle that die before they get to the meat packing plant--that is obvious to most people but corporate greed over reaches that and up until last year it was common to take dead cattle out of trucks by forklift and process them exactly the same as cattle who walk to slaughter under their own power.

    Now it looks like we need more laws to tell the meat packers we don't want to eat scraps that are picked up off the floor and ground up for hamburger--they sure aren't going to police themselves.

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  • ghiladden

    ghiladden

    March 10, 2015, 10:24 pm

    Games I like with a (360) gamepad: Street Fighter 4, DIRT, Fallout 3 (surprisingly), Babo:invasion, Slamit! Pinball, Spelunky, Trine, and anything emulated. I have a few games I haven't tried with it yet, such as Assassin's Creed, Psychonauts, and Geometry Wars, but I imagine they would all be good. For first person, it's always the keyboard and mouse, though. Fallout 3 gets a free pass because of VATS and console-port interface. Overall, many PC games play very well with a gamepad. It really just depends on what genres you're into. Any action/adventure title that's a port from a console is almost guaranteed to be improved by a gamepad.

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  • nofelix

    nofelix

    March 10, 2015, 9:10 pm

    These are quite deep questions, so I appologise but it's what I'd think of if I was in your situation. It's AMA after all!

    Have you thought about kids? If you had a daughter in two years' time he'd be 65 when she was 15.

    When you're in public at restaurants and stuff some people must assume he's your father. How do you respond to this?

    The archetypal endings of this story are that he suddenly does become old in your eyes and you're swept off your feet by someone younger, OR you stick with him and care for him as he gets older and are suddenly a widow at 45.

    What do you think of those two scenarios?

    What do you think of figures in fiction like Dolores in 'Lolita' or Mathilda in 'Léon'. (two examples of the endings above)

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  • Actius

    Actius

    March 10, 2015, 5:49 pm

    This:

    >So we should have 100 times as many national parks and so forth, then we'd all benefit 100 times as much!

    doesn't add anything to the conversation and is a rather childish retort. If you plan to use fallacious statements to make a point, perhaps you shouldn't argue on subjects like this.

    Anyway, I don't think I need to tell you that it's more about how we value these things our money pays for. I think it's worth it for my taxes to help uninsured people. I probably won't benefit at all, as I have private insurance, but someone else will have at least basic health care, which I care very much about. Given your second statement, I'm not sure what to infer from that, do you believe the government will tax us dry for health-care reform(or some other program)?

    I feel should make this clear to you, the US has started and continued 2 of the most expensive wars in it's history a few years ago. Taxes were not raised significantly. Why do you think health-care will cost more than those wars? Also, we will be winding down from these wars within a year, if not months. The tax-money we are saving from not continuing these wars, do you believe they won't be enough to cover a health-care program?

    Are these details you choose not to address?

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  • sadbuttru

    sadbuttru

    March 11, 2015, 1:52 am

    I have no more information about this particular story, but 2 of my 3 children have been hospitalized (on separate occasions) due to bacterial infection.

    My daughter was admitted at 4 yrs old when we couldn't get rid of her fever with oral antibiotics. There was an area around a bruise on her lower leg that was swollen, sensitive and warm to the touch that was later determined to be an osteomyelitis, or bone infection. It was a very stubborn bacteria (there are thousands of different types) that required a surgical procedure to manually remove infected bone matter from the location. After that she was treated with aggressive IV antibiotics and we finally overcame it. The doctor could only tell us that she probably encountered the bacteria shortly after the bruise occurred, and while it normally would have been filtered out through her bloodstream by one process or another, the broken blood vessels from the bruise allowed the bacteria access to places it would not have ordinarily had - in this case her tibia.

    At age 2, my son had tonsillitis that resulted in swollen glands on his neck, again red and warm to the touch, also sensitive. Again the doctor prescribed oral antibiotics (which would normally clear things right up) and this was unsuccessful. He was admitted to the hospital after a couple of days on antibiotics when the swelling and pain increased. A bacterial specimen was taken from his throat and he was put on IV antibiotics while we waited for testing to find out exactly what kind of bacteria it was and what antibiotic it would best respond to. He was tried on 4 or 5 different antibiotics over the next couple of days with no success. It was determined that the bacteria was the dangerous and highly antibiotic resistant strain of staph called MRSA. They did eventually find an antibiotic that would affect it and after a few more days in the hospital on the IV and another 2 weeks on oral antibiotics at home, he was healthy again. we think he probably contracted the MRSA bacteria while we were in another hospital a week or so before all this while my wife was giving birth to our 3rd child.

    Thankfully in this case my wife was unwilling to listen to advice from the doctors office over the phone when, after the initial antibiotics were prescribed and unsuccessful after a couple of days, they told her to give it more time before coming back in. She insisted that the doctor see him again and after another checkup was sent directly to the hospital. I still can't think about what might have happened if she hadn't been so stubborn.

    So now my kids are age 10, 3, and a year old and everyone is currently healthy. But having kids (and I love every minute of it) has given me concerns for the future that I never would have had for myself alone. The little boy in this story died at age seven. It is incredibly painful to think that I could nurture and care for my children the way that I do only to have them taken from me years from now by an accident, an error in judgment, or a medical mystery that doesn't get solved fast enough.

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  • johnnytzunami

    johnnytzunami

    March 11, 2015, 1:08 am

    I do not in any way have arrogance about my situation, or claim that this is some kind of phenomena. I had been reading other posts on Asian/Caucasian dating and wanted to provide others with some insight on this particular type of relationship.

    Typically the discussion is: why Asian men have such a hard time getting an Asian partner. I am presenting a different side of this discussion.

    My wife and one of her girlfriends (with her permission) enjoy my penis quite well.

    **Edit** Grammar

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  • itsjibba

    itsjibba

    March 11, 2015, 2:41 am

    The author dismissed Drupal because it does not handle issues 'out of the box,' and then list complaints that apply to "serious sites, with custom features." The thing is, the serious sites don't *need* to handle issues out of the box, they can be customized with modules. By very virtue of being *serious* they should have administrators available to find or write new modules and to deal with the admittedly annoying yet solvable issues regarding overuse of the database and staging server / deployment issues. For example, the issue of logging in the databases (which is very convenient for low bandwidth sites, by the way) can be fixed for high bandwidth site in minutes with the installation of the log_to_file module.

    Drupal is all about add on modules by design. If you want a one size fits all blog that takes 5 minutes to set up, get word press. If you want to write custom applications quickly and don't mind being limited to their conventions and limited code universe, use ruby on rails. But if you want to build a web application that strings together many problems that have already been solved by the multitude of Drupal module writers, with the ability to customize the source or add new modules when needed, Drupal is a great platform.

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  • FTR

    FTR

    March 10, 2015, 10:27 pm

    The rolling blackouts? You mean the blackouts that were created by a company called Enron? The ones that never had to happen? So, one reason you use is that fraud was committed on a massive scale against the state? Interesting.

    And your description of Dems and Republicans is pretty laughable. Dems give. That's all they do. They have no choice because Prop 13 created an impossible level for any tax legislation in the legislature. 66 2/3% needed to pass. Even though Republicans are hugely in the minority, they can control the budget. They just sit there and shake their heads. Democrats end up slashing education and healthcare and not increasing taxes on luxury yachts and oil drilling because the 33 1/3 minority refuse to budge.

    So, get your facts straight when you tell people your glorious story.

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  • dpgove

    dpgove

    March 11, 2015, 8:05 am

    I was in it up through the beginning of 9th grade. That year a new girl from another town started in our school and my school decided to kick one of us out of the program to make room for her. I was that person. Three weeks into the school year this new girl decided it was too difficult and dropped out of the program. I begged my school to let me back in but they refused because I had missed three weeks of the advanced classes.

    The normal classes were so easy and boring that I stopped doing the homework (huge mistake). I got close to perfect grades on all the tests but always ended up with low Bs or Cs because homework was worth 30% of the overall grade.

    A few teachers understood the situation and gave me a break. They told me that if I could show them just once I knew how to solve the problem then I would never have to show them again (except on a test). I each day I would stop by their classes during my study hall, do a random problem from what we learned, and then not have to turn in homework. I loved those classes.

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