(now that I think about it, 10^6 steps of Euler method should be totally fine. I wonder if their code has other gremlins.)
I WILL shut up about Elden Ring one day, but that day is not today.
I think I might have stumbled into a glass cannon build that is being a lot of fun; if I get a solid opening, I can out-DPS pretty much anything, but I need to be extremely aggressive and have essentially no defensive options other than "run like hell".
It leads to a variance of outcomes that is pretty high, but that I will think will benefit me when I start hitting the more difficult bosses.
It made me think of how often people might be ordering stuff online, completely forgetting about it and never receiving it. What a weird world we live in.
I might stick to it this time though; staying on twitter for promo-like stuff that needs eyeballs, mastodon for the shitposts and rambling about video games
also: a strangely high number of Grabbed by the Ghoulies items.
I told you it was a boring story.
so there you go. preservation is a serious thing. never presume "everything is forever saved on the internet". we're losing cultural artifacts all the time.
also here's a boring story: today I decided to look for any audio I could find from a band from my hometown back in Brazil. They were never big, but released a couple of (self-published) EPs and had a following for a solid 5 years or so. ]-
They disbanded in 2007 or so, just when video was becoming more popular, so the only youtube results are a few terrible quality live recordings.
Other than a single soundcloud track (posted by a childhood friend of mine), there is absolutely nothing.
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