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Gaming silliness. :)

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I know that this practice strikes adults as seriously peculiar, but it irks me when adults get all judgmental on this teen practice, as though it’s “proof” that teens can’t properly judge how trustworthy a relationship is. First, it’s through these kinds of situations where they learn. Second, adults are dreadful at judging their own relationships (see: divorce rate) so I don’t have a lot of patience for the high and mighty approach. Third, I’m much happier with teens sharing passwords as a form of intimacy than sharing many other things.

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I think we're pretty much done with the Are Games Art? question. How about this one: Are Sports Games Art?

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NTFS’s heir-apparent is the Resilient File System (ReFS), which if the name doesn’t tip you off, is all about adding yet more resiliency to file storage under Windows. Whereas Storage Spaces is about operating at a file/disk level, ReFS operates at a file/block level, concerning itself with the organization of the file system and how to handle errors within individual files. To do that, Microsoft is effectively replacing everything NTFS below the API itself.

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Do you want tired, stressed, and unmotivated people working on the process?  If deployment is one of your most complicated procedures, why are you sending your people at their worst to handle it?

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While cruising through the LIFE archive, I found a mesmerizing series of images of Mr. Billingsley demonstrating his own brand of nightclub-code via hand gestures. The full set of images are below.

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Like him or not, when you hear Cliff Bleszinski talk about Gears of War, he sounds — in a good way — like a weed dealer. He sounds like he endorses what he is selling. When you’re in a room with social games guys, the “I never touch the stuff” attitude is so thick you’ll need a box cutter to breathe properly.

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