Here is one of the first reports about Google Stadia

Review: Google Stadia Might Be the Future of Gaming, but We’re Not There Yet

Shadow of the Tomb Raider: benchmarks of the recent port by Feral vs Windows (DX12): overall looks very close to DX12 performance:

LINUX GAMING: "Shadow of the Tomb Raider" (Definitive Edition) released!

More class A of AAA-gaming on Linux is here. It is highly recommended to purchase this from Feral Interactive's OWN store (via link below) to hand maximal support towards this quality house porting games for Linux.

Linux now has the full and complete trilogy of this Tomb Raider franchise series.

#TombRaider #Linux #linuxgames#linuxgaming #FeralInteractive #gaming

Wow, was offline for several days and there was absolutely no communication as to what was happening. Pretty bad for a decentralized service...

Been using Wireguard in place of OpemVPN om my android phone for 5 days now. Despite claims of wireguard being lighter process wise i cant see any difference in battery consumption so it must be marginal.

My bad. Ramen packs, not chips. Is that an upgrade?

Become a YouTube celebrity in Japan -> your face ends up on packs of chips. Live the dream!

Me: "Almost 500 people follow me on Mastodon!" 🎉

Coworker: "You could have had 300K followers on Twitter by now."


Gnome has been attacked by a patent troll (apparently for Shotwell) and is planning to fight the claim. They are seeking donations:

This interview with ex-CTO from Purism seems to portray that the organization is poorly managed and may not exist in a year from now:

Permanent Record. Snowden talks about the game Loom (1990 - and describes it as: "a society of elders who create a secret loom that controls the world. When a young boy discovers the loom's power, he's forced into exile, and everything spirals into chaos until the world decides that a secret fate machine might not be such a great idea after all". Fiction?

I am going thru "Permanent Record" from Snowden and to my surprise there was a whole chapter about the NES and Super Mario Bros - his memories as a child discovering video games. It was kind of unexpected.

Gotta love the reporting on Kotaku which is basically one paragraph, followed by tweets and absolutely not a minute of research. What a great harbor of journalism!

The freedom open-source software gives you may be priceless, but that doesn't mean you can't support developers nor should you take their work for granted.

Support your favorite open-source projects and their developers! Give them a chance to become self-sustainable! Lots of small contributions can make all the difference!

Do it, become part of the greater common good. It's not everyday you get to participate in a revolution! 😄

(No, I won't get tired of repeating this message. It's important)

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