Good. Employers should be able to fire employees based on their political beliefs, no matter what they are. Political beliefs are a chosen ideology, unlike race or gender. If your beliefs do not align with a company you work for, go somewhere else.
Back in high school, around freshman year, I had really stared getting into programing. I started out making mods and items for Diablo, one of Blizzards first games. Eventually I moved on to chat bots, then to stupid, probably illegal schemes of stealing accounts for fun and profit, and so on.
During that time I some how made friends with what I guess you would call a hacker group. I use the term loosely, but I’m not sure what else you would call it. We just liked to make cool dumb shit for Bl
Seismic Games is best known for mobile game Marvel Strike Force, (something I had to do a bit of searching around to learn). Having a group of industry veterans with experience working on IP based games will hopefully provide a strong boost for Niantic’s upcoming Harry Potter game as well as Pokemon Go.
Experiments with Google’s DeemDream Neural Network.
How not to suck at building your next website.
My favorite games of 2015.
Writing a dumb little URL shortening service
With me launching a new design of underlost.net again, I thought it would be fun to show some of the the previous design iterations I came up with through out the years.
So I made a Knights of the Old Republic II.
2014 was a really weird year for games.
I grew up playing video games. By the age of three, I started mastering my parents’ old Atari 2600. Growing up, I didn’t have a lot of friends, and those I did have, didn’t live close by, so video games always helped keep the loneliness at bay. By the time high school rolled by, I was well into making mods and eventually even experimenting with making my own games. Video games even helped me bond with my mentally disabled brother. A bond we both still share today, even after 20 some odd years