Exploding Kittens Android Game for ten cents in the Play Store.
Humble Bundles are a good thing. Brandon Sanderson is a good author. Here is a combo:
IKEA is experimenting with furniture that has wooden click fittings instead of screws.
»We believe that easy assembly will be important for IKEA and our customers. When we were kids, we built treehouses. Today, kids grow up with a phone in their hands. It doesn’t come as natural to them to assembly furniture with a screwdriver.«
In Germany, the Bundesrat has asked for a relaxation (article in German) of the new Drone regulations to better accomodate Model Plane Flying as a sport.
Meanwhile, in China, we get flying flame throwers. I want one:
Once that is available for regular purchase, I will probably need 10 rolls or so.
»You can feed it the complete paperworks of a transaction, complete with binders and in critical cases, including the customer.«
The NSA version looks like this:
So if you have a bag of M&M to sort, here is help.
It takes approximately 2-3 minutes to sort a 300 g bag of Skittles / M&M’s and sorts about 2 pieces per second. The machine is 250 mm in diameter and approximately 300 mm in height.
Maia seems to be a “Cities: Skylines in Space” type of game, in hard mode. It is currently in Steam Early Access with mixed reviews, and it seems to be pretty weird.
How weird? This weird. That’s one before Dwarf Fortress, I presume.
If you are content with buying games outside of steam, it’s on sale right now. The I don’t want to live on this planet any more sale. “Because death in space is preferable to news right now.”
Get it here: Quotations from Chairman Trump.
“President Donald J. Trump possesses a great sense of history and himself. A model statesman, he tweets every thought, and more. With one exception, he doesn t suffer fools lightly.
Generations of schoolchildren will memorize these rubies of wisdom from President Trump. This little red book captures history on the fly: insights from the leader of the free world.”