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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby SurgicalSteel » Sat Aug 27, 2011 2:35 am UTC

I think I might spend the weekend catching up on blog posts I've been meaning to write and research/studying I've been meaning to do, since I won't be able to go outside. I just hope I don't lose power, then I'll be forced to rediscover the lost tools of pencil and paper.
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Postby PhoenixEnigma » Sat Aug 27, 2011 4:47 am UTC

Screech: At first glance, this rocket engine [warning, 3MB image] looks like a Dalek prototype or testbed of some kind.

Or maybe that's just me
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Postby Magnanimous » Sat Aug 27, 2011 5:18 am UTC

To me it looks more like the evil laser robot from the NewWho Series 1 finale.

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Postby TimelordSimone » Sat Aug 27, 2011 11:18 pm UTC

Magnanimous wrote:To me it looks more like the evil laser robot from the NewWho Series 1 finale.

The AnneDroid? ...yeah I can see that.
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Postby SurgicalSteel » Sat Aug 27, 2011 11:59 pm UTC

I think a Dark and Stormy is appropriate at this juncture.
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Postby SecondTalon » Sun Aug 28, 2011 8:58 am UTC

Ptolom wrote:N'aww, now we're all curious about what he did.
Tried to be cute while suggesting piracy by sitename, in a way that obfuscated what was being suggested, to an individual who had a legitimate complaint about various regional DRM preventing him from playing a game while he was well-aware it was unlocked in other regions, and how he had to wait another six hours for it to unlock in his region.

Hence, getting ejected rather than just edited.
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Postby Ivora » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:02 am UTC

believe in something you do not fully understand

that is the challenge

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Postby Link » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:17 am UTC

Ivora wrote:believe in something you do not fully understand

that is the challenge

Quantum mechanics. 'Nuff said, methinks.

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Postby dumbzebra » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:06 pm UTC

How hard would you say would be mounting a camera/webcam to a kite with little to no knowledge in eletrcotechnic or that video conection stuff?
Bonus points if the picture can be live streamed to a nearby computer via bluetooth or such.
Also cost must be under 60€
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Postby DSenette » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:12 pm UTC

dumbzebra wrote:How hard would you say would be mounting a camera/webcam to a kite with little to no knowledge in eletrcotechnic or that video conection stuff?
Bonus points if the picture can be live streamed to a nearby computer via bluetooth or such.
Also cost must be under 60€

if you've already got the camera, all it takes is tape and a kite strong enough to lift the thing in the air
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Postby Ptolom » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:18 pm UTC

dumbzebra wrote:How hard would you say would be mounting a camera/webcam to a kite with little to no knowledge in eletrcotechnic or that video conection stuff?
Bonus points if the picture can be live streamed to a nearby computer via bluetooth or such.
Also cost must be under 60€

I would say quite hard, unless you use a camera which already has a built-in transmitter. You can get tiny video cameras which have a radio link and are powered by a 9v battery. I'm not sure what the range is though.
Edit: Something like this.

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Postby dumbzebra » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:32 pm UTC

DSenette wrote:if you've already got the camera, all it takes is tape and a kite strong enough to lift the thing in the air


Yeah, I mean technically I could buy a camera and ducttape it to the kite. But it's not really want I want.
A conventional cheap digital camera is quite heavy and a bit clumsy, so the picture might not be that good, and the streaming thing would be gone.
And since the kite is likely to fall down, I would prefer to use a relatively cheap webcam.

Ptolom wrote:I would say quite hard, unless you use a camera which already has a built-in transmitter. You can get tiny video cameras which have a radio link and are powered by a 9v battery. I'm not sure what the range is though.
Edit: Something like this.


That's pretty cool, also I'm amazed that equipment this cool is relatively cheap.
But it kinda defeats the purpose: I'm enrolling in physics (or something in that area) next year and I'm using my gap year to relearn alot about it, and projects like this are supossed to make it more fun, so just buying the whole thing and glueing it together wouldn't really help much. That being said, you see I'm not unwilling to learn, so I want to reduce the really impossible parts to a minimum (meaning I only buy a small sender/reciever, but yeah, I have to see what's possible).
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Postby ShootTheChicken » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:55 pm UTC

I've been meaning to try it, and for the first run I just went around my office and asked people for old digital cameras. I got 4 old small cameras that people just had lying around and didn't know what to do with.

So try that?
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Postby Ptolom » Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:22 pm UTC

dumbzebra wrote:
DSenette wrote:That's pretty cool, also I'm amazed that equipment this cool is relatively cheap.
But it kinda defeats the purpose: I'm enrolling in physics (or something in that area) next year and I'm using my gap year to relearn alot about it, and projects like this are supossed to make it more fun, so just buying the whole thing and glueing it together wouldn't really help much. That being said, you see I'm not unwilling to learn, so I want to reduce the really impossible parts to a minimum (meaning I only buy a small sender/reciever, but yeah, I have to see what's possible).

In that case things become far more interesting. You could buy a cmos camera and a transceiver module and work on interfacing them. Of course you'd also have to build a decoder to receive the signals and decode them into video. Alternatively you could look at something like the zigbee, which will run a two-way connection between the camera and the receiver and handle the messy business of transmitting the data for you.

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Postby Gears » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:50 am UTC

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Postby rrwoods » Tue Aug 30, 2011 1:51 pm UTC

Famous Amos needs to stop changing (or maybe just screwing up) their gorram recipe. The other day my cookies were underbaked. Now they're flat and overbaked. They were perfect for years!
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Postby ginadagny » Wed Aug 31, 2011 4:52 am UTC

I'm at this stage in my life where lots of my friends/acquaintances are getting engaged/married. I'm happy for all of them but I can't help but feel weird about it. Maybe because I still feel pretty young at heart.

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Postby Deep_Thought » Wed Aug 31, 2011 9:44 am UTC

elminster wrote:The UK seems to have a strong variation in accents relative to it's land size, as well as quite a number of notable ones. I don't know how other countries compare, but it just seems like that. It's always hard to compare when you've lived 99% of the time in one country.

I've had that same thought myself. For one small island we have a dizzying number of regional variations.

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Postby rrwoods » Wed Aug 31, 2011 12:59 pm UTC

ginadagny wrote:I'm at this stage in my life where lots of my friends/acquaintances are getting engaged/married. I'm happy for all of them but I can't help but feel weird about it. Maybe because I still feel pretty young at heart.

Ditto. One of my friends is married, has a 1-year old, and has another on the way. I'm still 12 inside, never want kids, and probably don't want to get married.
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Postby ArgonV » Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:34 pm UTC

Katzenjammer is playing one town over in December. I need to get me some tickets.

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Postby Deep_Thought » Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:54 pm UTC

There is a German bar I know of called Katzenjammers. They have epic schnitzel.

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Postby podbaydoor » Wed Aug 31, 2011 2:34 pm UTC

I want this to be played at my funeral. (SFW)

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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Aug 31, 2011 2:59 pm UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:
elminster wrote:The UK seems to have a strong variation in accents relative to it's land size, as well as quite a number of notable ones. I don't know how other countries compare, but it just seems like that. It's always hard to compare when you've lived 99% of the time in one country.

I've had that same thought myself. For one small island we have a dizzying number of regional variations.
I think the US and Canada together have the same amount of variation, just on... how much larger of an area again? Holy shit.

Yous guys need to move around more or something.
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Postby ArgonV » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:04 pm UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:There is a German bar I know of called Katzenjammers. They have epic schnitzel.


Hehe. A bar named after a term for a hangover. We've got one in my town as well, called 'De Kater', which in Dutch means both 'male cat' and 'hangover'. Still, their logo is a cat.

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Postby Mumpy » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:19 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
Deep_Thought wrote:
elminster wrote:The UK seems to have a strong variation in accents relative to it's land size, as well as quite a number of notable ones. I don't know how other countries compare, but it just seems like that. It's always hard to compare when you've lived 99% of the time in one country.

I've had that same thought myself. For one small island we have a dizzying number of regional variations.
I think the US and Canada together have the same amount of variation, just on... how much larger of an area again? Holy shit.

Yous guys need to move around more or something.

But isn't it just because you live $here that you notice it all? I mean, nova scotian/texan is clearly different, and you'd struggle to confuse irish and west country, but the difference between Banbury and Oxford is noticeable to me, and if you could tell the difference (without direct: you say this, uh huh, now you comparison) I'd be impressed.

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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:22 pm UTC

And those two places are 30 flippin' miles away from each other. Someone from Indianapolis, IN in Columbus, OH would probably not sound out of place to anyone, and those two places are 175 miles apart.

I mean, you'll note differences in certain geographic moves of a similar distance (Indianapolis to Lexington, KY -180ish miles for example) but that more or less depends on where you are.
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Postby podbaydoor » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:28 pm UTC

Yeah, if I was drawing an expanding circle around Missouri, you probably would not start hitting noticeably different accents until you got to the Chicago area in the north, or southern Arkansas in the south (and then mainly in the sticks, since educated people from the cities tend to assume the same flat Midwest accent).
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Postby doogly » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:35 pm UTC

You too can distinguish the accents of the five boroughs:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hrA9-6o4tI
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Postby Mumpy » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:41 pm UTC

Really? Ok, wow. I just figured it was because I didn't grow up in the area that I couldn't spot the difference.

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Postby doogly » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:43 pm UTC

Those are all pretty white though. There are so very many more.
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Postby Deep_Thought » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:51 pm UTC

ArgonV wrote:Hehe. A bar named after a term for a hangover. We've got one in my town as well, called 'De Kater', which in Dutch means both 'male cat' and 'hangover'. Still, their logo is a cat.

Ah. So that's what it means! A German lady friend was like "Cat's Pyjamas, what the hell?". She doesn't drink that much though, might explain it.

On the accents topic, they are funny things. We currently mock my cousin on a regular basis because she lived with a Northerner for 6 months and now says "oop"* a lot. I actually wonder whether part of my perception of the UK having a lot of accents is due to hearing all the American, Canadian, Australian, New Zealander, South African, and every possible variety of non-native speaker accents. Maybe it trains up our brains for spotting differences between them or something?

Although I mistook a Portugese person for French the other day. Whoops. At least I didn't call him Spanish, that would have been awkward.

*Instead of up, for those unfamiliar with Northern English accents.

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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:56 pm UTC

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Postby The Scyphozoa » Wed Aug 31, 2011 4:52 pm UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:
Although I mistook a Portugese person for French the other day. Whoops. At least I didn't call him Spanish, that would have been awkward.

I've only heard Portuguese spoken once, and it sounded to me like Spanish being spoken with a German accent.
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Postby ArgonV » Thu Sep 01, 2011 11:27 am UTC

Deep_Thought wrote:
ArgonV wrote:Hehe. A bar named after a term for a hangover. We've got one in my town as well, called 'De Kater', which in Dutch means both 'male cat' and 'hangover'. Still, their logo is a cat.

Ah. So that's what it means! A German lady friend was like "Cat's Pyjamas, what the hell?". She doesn't drink that much though, might explain it.
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Well, it can also mean a cat's wail, which is a pretty strange name for such an awesome band ;)

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Postby TimelordSimone » Thu Sep 01, 2011 5:33 pm UTC

What would be a good way to run a D&D game online? A private game for people I know, I don't really want to DM for strangers on the Internet.
I have a campaign setting stuck in my head, but my D&D playing friends all live across the country now, and I can't really think how to go about it.
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Postby pseudoidiot » Thu Sep 01, 2011 5:41 pm UTC

I've been in a couple games using Google+ hangouts and that's going really well. It may not work quite as easily for something like D&D, where you generally want to keep track of minis and maps and so forth. Some sort of shared whiteboard could take care of that, though.

Also, I haven't had a chance to actually use it, but I've heard good things about Infrno.
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Postby Viae » Thu Sep 01, 2011 5:42 pm UTC

Skype or mumble, maybe? And then a virtual gameboard, I think google's your friend there. Some friends of mine did a few sessions of that sort of thing.
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