In the 1980s you could easily give an excuse of not know how to program a VCR unlike today where not knowing how to use your mobile phone can be costly. Celebrities are more than willing to spend money on lawyers than to address the problem before the scandal erupts. Just like how you cannot hope that people will not try to steal your identity, you cannot hope that people will not distribute sexual content of yourself. To prevent yourself from getting fatally ill you visit the doctor for periodic checkups. To prevent yourself from getting in an accident you pay a mechanic to perform routine maintenance. So why not invest money in protecting your digital self?
Do yourself a favor and hire an IT Consultant to assist with your lack of knowledge on digital security. Protect your data! The cost of IT personnel is far less than dealing with the fallout of exposure on the internet. Also, there are laws that are for acts committed against you that come with very stiff penalties. No one condones the crimes committed against you yet don’t let your ignorance become your downfall.
If you’re not a celebrity that can easily afford hiring personnel, get educated!
It’s that easy right? Well the company Audible Magic already has a patent for audio matching media within video content. They also seem to be an industry leader in providing content ID matching. However, therein lies a problem with being the sole owner to a technology: the offenders have very little options when they offend. Of course when content is matched on Youtube you have the option to remove the audio automatically. Yet why couldn’t this be done automatically? Is it because they don’t want to waste processing power attempting to check the video before uploading? I highly doubt it. Yet with this I see an opportunity to build an application that would be available to everyone so they can do some preemptive checking of illegal use of content.
Or maybe I’m wasting my time thinking anything would need to be built. I’ll have to contemplate more on this later.
A game that is available on every platform (excluding WiiU; including PC) has managed to sell 200k units in its first week of release. Nintendo’s Mario Kart 8 for the WiiU only managed a little more than half of those numbers in its first week with an exclusive title that has no other games to compete with.
If you’re wondering why third parties hate making a game on the WiiU always keep this in mind.
Gather around folks it’s time for idea time! All the current ideas I have in my head or working on that haven’t been put to paper or at least blogged about on this site:
- Costume themed PC Cafe – Hopefully you would be able to hold eSporting events there as well as provide a unique cafe experience that will also cater towards gluten-free and vegan individuals. This is just a stepping stone to another project that has a lot of barriers. (Amusement licensing barriers)
- Starting my own eSports team / network. I already have the team name and site ready to go. I also have a show I wanted to create that will be a feature of the site.
- Developing a strategy gaming engine that will provide features similar to Final Fantasy tactics.
I will elaborate on all these ideas in different posts.
I have some ideas that I am willing to share so expect to seem them posted soon.
Skylanders Swap Force on Wii outsells Wii U version by large margin for week of October 19th.
Wii 184,094 (5th)
Wii U 31,815 (19th)
WiiU version doesn’t make the Top 10 and is beat out by Just Dance 2014 55,824 FOR THE WII (14th)
I will definitely see if I can try this out. I like what nTop is capable of yet don’t want to go through the hassle of command line.
No Hockey league:
1. Simple 3on3 hockey + goalies.
2. Offensive strategies: pass, deke, shoot
3. Defensive strategies: check, steal, block
Special player attributes:
1. Defender: Great on blocking the first pass but after several ricochets he’ll break down
2. Experienced: May make a few mistakes here and there. But if you’re ahead he’ll shut down the game
3. Rookie: No telling what you’ll get.
1. Offensive: Be the first to setup the initial shot on goal. Struggles on defense
2. Defensive: Strong at passing and stealing, terrible on finesse
3. Skilled: The go to guy for scoring
Captain: The master of setting up plays. Gets into key positions automatically
Brute: Master of checking
Balanced: The guy who fills in where needed.
Today I learned you can pass beans by reference and use them in multiple threads without running into issues. I’m not sure if this is the proper way of handling spring access to the database via multiple threads. Nonetheless, it’s much better than auto wiring each thread to become a bean.
I will get this done this memorial day weekend.
I’m going to start knocking these projects out week by week.