Rainmeter is a wonderful thing. So are applications that let you monitor your hardware’s current usage data and temperatures. So is Mass Effect 2! When you combine the three, this is what you get.
I don’t think I’ll be changing this desktop setup for quite a long time.

Rainmeter is a wonderful thing. So are applications that let you monitor your hardware’s current usage data and temperatures. So is Mass Effect 2! When you combine the three, this is what you get.

I don’t think I’ll be changing this desktop setup for quite a long time.

posted 3 days agoAugust 29, 2014 with 105 notes - via / origreblog
theonion:

Report: 79% Of Minority Suspects Receive Miranda Rights While Unconscious
posted 1 week agoAugust 22, 2014 with 1,551 notes - via / origreblog

You know what’s great about Chrome? Each tab and add-on is treated as its own application, so it eats the shit out of CPU use on computers that can’t handle as much.

You know what’s great about Firefox? It doesn’t shut off its own memory consumption for closed tabs, meaning you just use more and more RAM with every tab you use until you close the browser completely.

You know what’s great about Internet Explorer? Half the sites I go to barely support it anymore.

You know what’s great about Opera? It did everything Chrome and Firefox do first but no one without a Nintendo Wii knows it exists. Also it was the only console browser that didn’t suck last gen.

You know what’s great about Safari? Mac. Hahahaha.

And that is basically why I am constantly switching browsers every two weeks.

posted 2 weeks agoAugust 15, 2014 with 5 notes • reblog
naturepunk:

thewomanofkleenex:

thinksquad:

Amid growing criticism of the military-style equipment and tactics deployed by police in Ferguson, Missouri, a Democrat from Georgia plans to introduce the “Stop Militarizing Law Enforcement Act” in Congress next month.
Rep. Hank Johnson asked his all his colleagues Thursday to join him in supporting the bill, which he said in a letter “will end the free transfers of certain aggressive military equipment to local law enforcement and ensure that all equipment can be accounted for.”
Images of assault rifle-carrying camouflaged police riding through Ferguson on military vehicles similar to the IED-resistant equipment used by American armed forces in combat have proven to be a jolt of energy for a long-simmering debate about police militarization. In his letter to Congress, Johnson signaled that he expects his bill to break through the partisan gridlock in the House.
http://www.buzzfeed.com/evanmcsan/democratic-congressman-will-introduce-police-demilitarizatio#32tdaru

THIS IS A GOOD THING TO CALL YOUR REPS ABOUT.

History in the making.

naturepunk:

thewomanofkleenex:

thinksquad:

Amid growing criticism of the military-style equipment and tactics deployed by police in Ferguson, Missouri, a Democrat from Georgia plans to introduce the “Stop Militarizing Law Enforcement Act” in Congress next month.

Rep. Hank Johnson asked his all his colleagues Thursday to join him in supporting the bill, which he said in a letter “will end the free transfers of certain aggressive military equipment to local law enforcement and ensure that all equipment can be accounted for.”

Images of assault rifle-carrying camouflaged police riding through Ferguson on military vehicles similar to the IED-resistant equipment used by American armed forces in combat have proven to be a jolt of energy for a long-simmering debate about police militarization.
In his letter to Congress, Johnson signaled that he expects his bill to break through the partisan gridlock in the House.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/evanmcsan/democratic-congressman-will-introduce-police-demilitarizatio#32tdaru

THIS IS A GOOD THING TO CALL YOUR REPS ABOUT.

History in the making.

posted 2 weeks agoAugust 15, 2014 with 19,155 notes - via / origreblog
Magatsu Windows: Large Icons Edition. I went with large icons purely because they look nice and allow for more space for program names to display. Getting the bottom line of icons to be arranged in perfect line with my Rainmeter clock involved turning off the “arrange to grid” option after using it to actually get the icons to line up properly—by default, the grid is an ugly distance up from where the lower bar would be.I like this desktop setup, so I’ll probably be using it for a while.

Magatsu Windows: Large Icons Edition. I went with large icons purely because they look nice and allow for more space for program names to display. Getting the bottom line of icons to be arranged in perfect line with my Rainmeter clock involved turning off the “arrange to grid” option after using it to actually get the icons to line up properly—by default, the grid is an ugly distance up from where the lower bar would be.

I like this desktop setup, so I’ll probably be using it for a while.

posted 2 weeks agoAugust 14, 2014 with 3 notes • reblog
tmunny25 asked:
When are you gonna finish recording persona 3 for Brainscratch?

We’re not using the Archive channel anymore due to copyright autodetect difficulties, so you won’t know until the commentaries actually go up, unfortunately.

That said, I’m probably going to just do Persona 4 instead and let the P3 movies stand as our commentary for that game.

posted 2 weeks agoAugust 13, 2014 with 3 notes • reblog
I watch Sonic Rush on BrainScratch and you ranting about NDS (which is hilarious btw) but I ask you something why do you act negatively on Nintendo?

I’ll mention anything I don’t like about anything. And there’s a lot I didn’t like about Nintendo’s last generation of handheld/console tech, although the Wii U and 3DS don’t bug me quite as much.

posted 2 weeks agoAugust 13, 2014 with 1 note • reblog
Hi, this will sound random, so I'll understand if you don't answer it, but I'm doing this thing where I ask everyone I follow this question: What's your oldest memory, and what's your favorite one? Love your work with brainscratch, and I hope you have a lovely day. :)

I don’t think about my memories deeply enough to have a favorite or to even know which one’s my oldest.

posted 2 weeks agoAugust 12, 2014 with 3 notes • reblog
dantedevilknight:

詰め合わせ
Pixiv ID: 36216900Member: 七

dantedevilknight:

詰め合わせ
Pixiv ID: 36216900
Member: 
posted 2 weeks agoAugust 12, 2014 with 183 notes - via / origreblog
posted 3 weeks agoAugust 11, 2014 with 1 note • reblog
You mention Jak and Daxter on Crash 2 commentary on BrainScratchComms I know Ryan struggling to record the original Jak and Daxter but I ask you something. Have you played Jak II? I heard that game is notorious for the most difficult game on PS2.

I’ve never heard that. It’ve played Jak II, and while it has its difficult points, it’s hardly the most difficult PS2 game… hell, PS2 has multiple Atlus RPGs as well as Shinobi, if you want to talk difficulty.

posted 3 weeks agoAugust 11, 2014 with 6 notes • reblog

harrington1200:

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO PERSONA

Persona 1: A bunch of teens steal guns from the police.

Persona 2: A bunch of teens can’t stop gossipping.

Persona 2-2: A bunch of adults can’t stop gossipping.

Persona 3: A bunch of teens could really use a therapist.

Persona 4: A bunch of teens re-enact a Scooby Doo episode, except they’re all Scrappy Doo.

posted 3 weeks agoAugust 10, 2014 with 7,805 notes - via / origreblog