Clean Slate was updated.
- Apparently I created two of these by mistake.
- I found my old text file notes, and added them.
A USB storage testing application.
A tiny, portable, storage device speed tester. Created specifically for USB storage.
Very very nice. Easy to use
(Yes, USB storage is that bad with small files)
- I tried the newer Open Broadcaster Software "Studio" version, and had a fucking misadventure with trying to stitch images together to create a slideshow with a transparent background.
- I accidentally typed "Windows 100" and got an eye-twitch.
I guess I should have been more strict about updating Twitch during my experimentation.
- It's a fucking pain in the ass.
Several hardware-related tags were created and various hardware topics were updated.
- Yes, I'm tagging hardware as proprietary.
I tinkered with Twitch streaming. I'll be updating that page soonish.
- My computer can't handle most things. =(
I experimented with MultiBootUSB. It was a failure.
There are basic questions about live streaming's popularity. Why bother watching someone else play a game, especially when one could play it ones self?
Much of the reasoning is the same as with Webcam modelling.
Yet another VoIP client.
A clumsy "pretends to be pretty" interface, but it seems reasonable enough. Definitely not better than Mumble for the basics.
It might be better-suited for large groups, or because it has a free server, or some other thing I haven't discovered. I'll keep it in my toolbox, but I don't really like it.
Samsung SyncMaster LCD 740N
Rather notable, actually.
A platform emulator thingy thing. With powerful features and stuff.
I haven't really directly used it, except briefly with MultiBootUSB where it didn't have mouse support.
A tool for booting multiple distributions from a USB stick. Duh.
Very easy to use. Works under Windows. Does not work under Linux.
It's like an even crappier-graphics Minecraft, only with nothing to do. At first I thought it was quirky and interesting, but for some reason I got lifted in the air and after a long, long, while the game ended. I redid things, and this happened the second time too.
Keep track of your alts' missing glyphs.
Really annoying to use, but .. well, there's nothing else.
/gs <name of character>
Probably replaceable by Glyph Reporter, TODO - test