13 Burst results for "Yvonne Line"

"yvonne line" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"Your brain but eve online. I can read about yvonne line and just be like. This is the greatest scifi novel epic that will ever exist is another reality that most of us who know about other realities games. Don't even grasp the minute shop. I would never play it. But man. I i eat up their their stories of these battles. The stories are good. But you read the stories and you realize that community is so toxic. They you're just like i gotta say thirty football thirty football to stay away. Yeah i mean 'cause best friends are screwing each other over for real money three years later. Ruined ruined your psyche. Because we're already worried about online friends because they're different. You know even though you should probably be worried more about your real. What is maybe you guys are talking about this game like eve where we talked about the space game eve. Yeah i've online. There is a game. The i don't know you guys probably know what it's called but it's like the whole point is to take over the world it's like a giant all lied Thing or something like that where it's like. Everyone has to agree on politics. Everyone has to agree on how they infrastructure. Everyone has to agree on money. Wise and i remember ought to look it up. Why we continue the podcast. I remember by the way these people be talking about this game. It's like the crazy shit. I've ever heard of why we do the look it up. I'm find we'll. Yeah that doesn't sound like eve because no one agrees on shit and eve come together forums. But they go at each eve is again. It's it's phenomenal. read about sta. laris not multiplayer. Though not in that way not in like a big group nobody ever agrees with each other and if they just mutually hate people together which makes them work together. There is no such thing as friends. Let me tell you what game has an amazing community. That sorta like that. That is almost almost not universally positive. Very positive in that is elite. Dangerous light true people going giving each other gas seven star jumps away or whatever and go to phones and say i'm out of what it's called. Eco ye see. Oh i have never heard of again see. Oh i've seen anything. Yeah you gotta look at it like. It's it's the craziest stuff i've ever heard of. We had so. I'll pee that that is like obsessed with that. He was telling us about this game. And it's like the craziest stuff i've ever heard like i mean i love the idea of it but i just I just don't have the mental four to stick with something like if i do. I have a lot of emotional return to and bounce off of. I usually don't stick with something for that. I mean to get that guy. Those guys are in it right. You know they've got spray on. I was watching people play some of these games. I'm like dude. I just don't have the i just don't have time or watching somebody play. Wow and being like this. This doesn't even look fun to me. It's such a more on top of fun to most people anymore. So in that game you like you have legit elections. That shit like it's crazy man. We have a big enough problem with real ones. I for some reason..

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Companies and quote. Finally today. i've covered this war before. 'cause i just love stuff like this when i was a kid playing text based star trek roleplaying games on prodigy message boards. I worked my way up to captain of a ship called ticonderoga by the way i always imagine that one day you could play massive online multiplayer games where there was actual historical events like wars and revolutions and stuff that people could you know actually participate in and play their little part in history. I guess well coating polygon yvonne lines latest player led. War has come to an end not with a bang but with a cavernous whimper. Those on the offensive have turned tail. And the defenders are putting everything they have into running them down the massive coalition known as pappy campaign for fifty five weeks and a quest to destroy. The imperium led by alex. The matani jian turco before losing the will to fight along the way eve online developer. Ccp games told polygon. The combatants destroyed more than three million dollars worth of in game ships and virtual infrastructure in the conflict dubbed world war. Be to this is as real. As real talk gets said brave collectives dunk dinkal in a live address is fleets in what amounted to poppies concession. Speech quote the war is over and we have lost and quote. Things kicked off in the summer of two thousand twenty one on july fifth war was officially declared a fleet commander known in game only as villi told polygon at the time that he led some fifty two thousand player accounts by the end of the conflict. Ccp says that more than one hundred thousand accounts were involved in one way or another. The conflict raged raged for months before the first big engagement which took place in october. Twenty twenty. that's when some eight thousand eight hundred twenty five accounts logged in for the single largest player versus player battle in video game history. But the battle was inconclusive. And just a few months later. In january twenty twenty one players once again committed their ships in record numbers some thirteen thousand seven hundred accounts were poised for battle when eve itself buckled under the weight and spoiled their plans while players in distant corners of the game who rely on exploration for their fun benefited replacing the ships. That pappy in the imperium had brought to bear became increasingly difficult for these and other reasons. Pappy fleet commanders and players themselves balked at the prospect of launching. The final push in enemy space as its fleets assembled for that offensive word came that allies all along the frontline. We're pulling out with their flanks exposed. Most of the assemble capsule ears chose to turn and run the imperium for its part refuses to mark the end of hostilities. Ccp said it took gene turco's forces less than two weeks to regain the territory that they had lost over the last thirteen months. Now they are out for revenge quote. You chose this path. Said john turco in a fiery livestream on twitch shortly after pappy began its withdrawal quote. You were given every opportunity to choose a different way. My people hunger for vengeance. You have failed and you have failed ugly and quote fi. The by chris. And i are not doing a twitter space as usual tonight. We're taking the week off but next week's twitter space will be the one we will record to release as our special thousandth episode. I dunno celebration so look for that next week. Talk to you tomorrow..

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"And even the most rudimentary learned internet user. Who took it upon themselves. He or she could make a sizeable killing with just sort of like scamming. And doing whatever you needed to do. And hustling and doing those things. I remember being in high school. And i like i. I put together like the new. The school newspaper website and i feel like a month later. I was asked to join a company where there were like. We need an internet. Chat your guy we we look through this whole. We looked through all six hundred high school. Juniors and you're the only one that came up on our list. So what do you say back lar and i. I wound up working for a website. When i was like fifteen or sixteen but like yeah do you give you that. Was like the golden era of just uneducated. People saying i need. I need behind like a war in my hometown. Where a bunch of different people had made like message boards for the teenagers in the town. I had one. I had this website. That iran called the jami blah which is like a blind like a very obscure like bread item that has only made in my hometown and there was another forum which was smd smds sp which was to bands spilt milk and downfall at created their own forum. So that was. We had this competing forum where people would like a witch cool for them. Were you part off. And they'd like turn up on the other four give shit. It was such a good time. It was this incident the the three or four years before that it you know it was. Irc was chat rooms warring with each other. And and the idea of like you knew someone who was going to college had a permanent internet connection and so they could run a bought that would take up residence in a channel and hold it down for you because they're if everyone left the channel the next person to join it running it And so you had to. If you had a desirable channel where you were. I don't know sharing bootleg video games porn or music or whatever it was at the time the above you needed to hold down twenty four seven and the network was shaky and so you would have moments where like you would lose control of a channel and you'd have people that were like wanna stay up all night. It was basically like some of the yvonne line stories. Sound a little bit like that right where it's like. I needed to stay up until everyone else was asleep. And then i'll my boss attacked and took the channel back. You know it's like it's weird shit like that king of the hill. Because i feel like the dow was kind of before a time where people people were doing it for like a lot of people didn't neither i especially great like i feel like yeah totally where you're being billed hourly or whatever the hell it was. I was such a huge part of my childhood. Because every i i don't know what it was where everyone was on. Aol i was just sort of. I think early on realize i was like you're connected to. Aol blake dude. If you just minimize all you could also just double click on internet explorer on this exact epiphany. I have been on the opposite side of at least one hundred times. I've said you know you could eat off the log in you can just open up the. Oh god hang up but it was. It was a piff unie. You're totally right. Where like i realized in a second. I was like oh this is way never in a way you could keyword base. I did at the sign in dude yet do you. Aol was just the. The trump the libor is. There were like early fifty six k. Aol's where you would when you booted aol. It would diety win but even if you did that you just minimize it. But if you're umbrella by juryman right okay. Well right okay. Could you guys reverse tech solve this problem. I had growing up in middle school. Yeah absolutely yeah. You're nineteen thousand problem So i had an uncle machines computer right. Well there's your problem. I i figured that might have been at. We had like dial up or whatever plugged into the computer and i would browse the internet and then one day. My uncle used the computer and he was at the computer for a very long time and things loaded realize. I get the job done. I go back to the computer and like as far as i covered in sticky. That's what the w. a. And i go back to the computer. I launched the ehlo browser thing and vote. Connect to the internet and like i launched internet explorer. Nothing's connecting to the internet. The only thing. I can get online to talk with. People is like Like aim at the time so like none of my browsers would work. And i thought like oh get disconnected and like known was using the phone the the little icon was like no. You're you're hardwired in just like any browser would not connect to the internet and that was my life for like two years. He downloaded a bunch of he clicked on a bunch of badge years. Li like messed up the proxy settings or like hijazi has got hijacked by dumb shit and and then he probably tried to fix it and cleanse some of the dumbest shit but didn't actually Dixit to work the way. It used to is probably. That's my guess. Okay because that was a miserable two years man. He sounds like it did it. I always remember those two little network computer icons in the in the task bar. That lighting up. That's how you knew you were your game. That sick sick interact as connection. There is there was some much that i feel like i r. c. Taught me though right like a lot of irc logic. She's still around like. I feel like you see that in to it. Anything else in those chat. Only trigger which chat with an with an.

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:28 min | 5 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"State transitions and just to help helped me refine my understanding of this like i am starting to get an intuition for. You're talking about here. But why couldn't i just implement the game so that the client prevents me from making an illegal move like trim the client just be able to reject any move that does not have a valid l. shape to it so this is a really great question as well and it goes back to the property of blockchain games. I think decentralized apps broadly that is that they are client acknowledged so. I think you know with a lot of traditional games. Let's say with. Its like brisk or something like that is often the case. The client that is distributed by the game studio is the game so in particular the game studio will make a contract with players essentially saying that if you decide to try to use a hacked client or an open source client with like illegal plug ins or modifications to it than that is a ban. -able offense now with blockchain apps blockchain ups or permission list so you can't get keep the apps by specifying which clients the users have to use to connect to the application. Anybody can make any transaction on the block chain without having to go through for example our web servers that are distributing our like you know sort of vanilla client so that means that anybody can for example use automation as they please. They can fudge transaction inputs to be whatever they'd like and it's on us on the smart contract side to ensure the validity of any transaction or move that players are trying to make in the game that idea of the client agnostic architecture. What is that enable like. What is the world. Look like when we have more a open back end. Api for gaming systems rate so. This is one of the things that we're most excited about with dark forest. We've been seeing people building things like third party clients or automations or we have a very rudimentary in system for example in the game And a budding sort of community plug ins ecosystem. That's getting built out. We're seeing players build out for example automations that will automatically fairy resources between planets and then distributing those plug ins and those plug ins themselves become first class features a lot of players as games so the one of the exciting consequences of games being client. Agnostic is that players can customize the gaming experience to their liking deciding which features do i want to be a part of my core game play loop and which features do i want to do without if players want could risk in the entire game at the bottom level. The game is just a series of data transformations. You can imagine that while dark forced the way that we present it as the deb's in our native client is a space themed game where you're conquering planets and expanding a space empire. Someone else could come in and make some sort of medieval themed skin on top of the game. Where you know. You're going from castle to castle or village to village. Dragons are flying around instead of spaceships. So i think that the high-level theme here is that we wanna open it up to just see what developers do on top of the game and sort of harness the creativity of a player community rather than dictating from the top down. What is the game. Play experience supposed to be like And what features or mechanics are going to be a part of the game. And i can see why that makes a lot of sense for dark forest. Because when i look at dark forest i basically see i mean i do see the the expansiveness of oven. Mo like world of warcraft. You just have like a ui. That looks like it's on an atari machine basically which is great which is great because who needs. It's like whatever you make implement of like really really fancy you i later on if you want you. Basically have implemented the command line of dark forest on the right side of the game. There literally is something that acts as as a terminal as. What would you can type javascript into so. Yeah just very very minimal but functional. Hopefully i'd be curious about where you're where you're game influences are. This economy reminds me. I never played it. But i heard of e. Have you heard of yvonne line. Yeah okay so. I've heard that yvonne line is kind of like this but but what are your inspirations when it comes to the design of the game for sure so the core mechanic of the game which is basically just transferring this resource we called between planets is inspired by a class of games that i think descended from a game called gal kahn which was basically as this relatively simple space. Rtx game you have planets. They have energy on them or population or army or something like that over time. The planets are producing more and more troops. I guess i don't actually remember what the resource was called. But the idea here was that you could just click and drag from one planet to another to transfer troops over and the ideas you get dropped into a map with a bunch of planets on it with either a player or maybe another human player And you'd both be trying to conquer this map and destroyed the other player by taking over the planet so you'd want to pick out the The planets that had like strategically placed locations or like higher growth rates or stuff like that. So that's kind of like the inspiration behind the core mechanic of the game. The way i came upon this genre was. When i was a kid i remember being on armor games. Dot com and playing a game called phages wars which was essentially like a risking of this but with like cells. So you're like a bunch of dak area in cell culture on a petri dish and you're like spreading out you're calling me between all these different cells but beyond that what we've found is i think that a lot of like the blockchain is pretty constrained execution environment and so when we decided to try to come up with different mechanics a lot of times. They're pretty much like the simplest thing that is you know puts us on the board on a certain dimension in terms of strategy so there's one economic resource and that silver and that's just mind on a certain planet could be moved between planets and it can be used to upgrade planets. So i think the core of the game really is just that energy moving mechanic. Tell me a little bit more. About what the player is doing in the game and then and then we could talk about the architecture of higher actually building.

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:28 min | 5 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"State transitions and just to help helped me refine my understanding of this like i am starting to get an intuition for. You're talking about here. But why couldn't i just implement the game so that the client prevents me from making an illegal move like shouldn't the client just be able to reject any move. That does not have a valid l. shape to it so this is a really great question as well and it goes back to the property of blockchain games. I think decentralized apps broadly that is that they are client acknowledged so. I think you know with a lot of traditional games. Let's say with. It's like brisk or something like that is often the case. The client that is distributed by the game studio is the game so in particular the game studio will make a contract with players essentially saying that if you decide to try to use a hacked client or an open source client with like illegal plug ins or modifications to it than that is a ban. -able offense now with blockchain apps blockchain ups or permission list so you can't get keep the apps by specifying which clients the users have to use to connect to the application. Anybody can make any transaction on the block chain without having to go through for example our web servers that are distributing our like you know sort of vanilla client so that means that anybody can for example use automation as they please. They can fudge transaction inputs to be whatever they'd like on us on the smart contract side to ensure the validity of any transaction or that players are trying to make in the game that idea of the client agnostic architecture. What is that enable like. What is the world. Look like when we have more a open back end. Api for gaming systems right so this is one of the things that we're most excited about with dark forest. We've been seeing people building things like third party clients or automations or we have a very rudimentary in system for example in the game and a budding sort of community plug ins ecosystem. That's getting built out. We're seeing players build out for example automations that will automatically fairy resources between planets and then distributing those plug ins and those plug ins themselves become first class features a lot of players as games so the one of the exciting consequences of games being client. Agnostic is that players can customize the gaming experience to their liking deciding which features do i want to be a part of my core game play loop and which features do i want to do without if players want could risk in the entire game at the bottom level. The game is just a series of data transformations. You can imagine that while dark forced the way that we present it as the deb's in our native client is a space themed game where you're conquering planets and expanding a space empire. Someone else could come in and make some sort of medieval themed skin on top of the game. Where you know. You're going from castle to castle or village to village. Dragons are flying around instead of spaceships. So i think that the high-level theme here is that we want open it up to just see what developers do on top of the game and sort of harness the creativity of a player community rather than dictating from the top down. What is the game. Play experience supposed to be like And what features or mechanics are going to be a part of the game. And i can see why that makes a lot of sense for dark forest. Because when i look at dark forest i basically see i mean i do see the the expansiveness of oven. Mo like world of warcraft. You just have like a ui. That looks like it's on an atari machine basically which is great which is great because who needs. It's like whatever you make implement of like really really fancy you i later on if you want you. Basically have implemented the command line of dark forest on the right side of the game. There literally is something that acts as as a terminal as. What would you can type javascript into so. Yeah just very very minimal but functional. Hopefully i'd be curious about where you're where you're game influences are. This economy reminds me. I never played it. But i heard of e. Have you heard of yvonne line. Yeah okay so. I've heard that yvonne line is kind of like this but but what are your inspirations when it comes to the design of the game for sure so the core mechanic of the game which is basically just transferring this resource we called energy between planets is inspired by a class of games that i think descended from a game called gal kahn which was basically as this relatively simple space. Rtx game you have planets. They have energy on them or population or army or something like that over time. The planets are producing more and more troops. I guess i don't actually remember what the resource was called. But the idea here was that you could just click and drag from one planet to another to transfer troops over and the ideas you get dropped into a map with a bunch of planets on it with either a player or maybe another human player And you both be trying to conquer this map and destroyed the other player by taking over their planet so you'd want to pick out the The planets that had like strategically placed locations or like higher growth rates or stuff like that. So that's kind of like the inspiration behind the core mechanic of the game. The way i came upon this genre was. When i was a kid i remember being on armor games. Dot com and playing a game called phages wars which was essentially like a risking of this but with like cells. So you're like a bunch of dak area in cell culture on a petri dish and you're like spreading out you're calling me between all these different cells but beyond that what we've found is i think that a lot of like the blockchain is pretty constrained execution environment and so when we decided to try to come up with different mechanics a lot of times. They're pretty much like the simplest thing that is puts us on the board on a certain dimension in terms of having a strategy game so there's one economic resource and that silver and that's just mind on a certain planet could be moved between planets and it can be used to upgrade planets. So i think the core of the game really is just that energy moving mechanic. Tell me a little bit more. About what the player is doing in the game and then and then we can talk about the architecture of higher actually building.

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:05 min | 6 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Sands intellectual property so yeah it's completely possible to break your architecture up where you have a notion of the player part and then you have a notion of the experience part and you can interchange experiences almost like you do cascading style sheets or something. I don't have different presentations and the ownership of the underlying layers the players. So yeah. that's definitely doable. And frankly that's what's going to happen in the gaming world because there's so much value in that i mean everybody wants play and you know right now. The model is you make a game you sell licenses and you you have a huge surge of people at the beginning of the game by the video game and then you have this long tail but you've gotten almost ninety five percent of your value for six months. Yeah we churn rate. The odds are the vast majority of people won't be playing the game within twelve months. But if you can create an interactive game where there's an actual konami inside the game. Then you have yvonne line or second life for any of these things where people play for ten years and there's like people buying virtual real estate and all these other things you as the game. Developer actually don't have to create a lot of content. So your long tail. It's not fatter. And it generates a lot more revenue and your cost of operating system is fairly fixed or diminishing so the economics line for doing exactly what you're what you're talking about. I think it will get done. What i just saw. Recently of this calculation that people plays a while and fortnight for a hundred forty billion hours. Yeah so and that's without the economic incentives there do dig is possible that like most of our economy in the future. Be people playing video games. Essentially like okay so one one vision of the future especially with ai and automation. That people like We get wealthier and wealthier. There's this kinda rising john for the entire world and then people are losing their jobs but they're still are well off enough to be able to have a high quality of life so we're all looking for meaning and meanwhile find his.

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Trailers game announcements will make this year's pc gaming show off. I've been with impaired down some of to these points. Where all right. The review of project warlock to tech land will be showing dying to stay human and giving the first in-depth look at its main character. Abe and his internal motivation longside revealing more about dying light to stay human universe. Sega an amplitude studios. We'll have a major announcement and reveal for the highly anticipated strategy game humankind an announcement from yvonne line. A new chivalry to announcement from torn banner studios tripwire. Interactive will be there in humble. Games will be there. Of course there's way more information than that available to you those just. The bullet points grabbed to put out there. Blessing it's happening either. I'm so happy. I'm so excited i. I'm so i'm so happy that everything seems to be happening because when they now see three earlier in the year i was i did have the thought of who's going to show up who's a partner either especially if the reports of its cost six k. To all all this stuff like that. A lot of a lot of leaks were getting earlier. In the year where i think kinda speaking towards threes possible demise like who the fuck is gonna do all this the fact that they really got their shit together in the fact that this really does feel like of course they'd be different 'cause everything's going to be digital and you're you know all this gonna together in a way that's different traditionally three the fact that we're having the pc gamers show the the fact that we're having a car. Companies like twenty four hundred and talk about morocco blade point which i don't know what that is but whatever games whatever games and ray and all this speaking towards somebody. I think that's very exciting that there's somebody out there who saw complaints points gonna show up and they're like fuck. Yeah super into rockabilly blade point or the folks who love doing into pc gaming show. Like i'm not. I'm not a us usually things at the pc gaming show. Don't speak to me specifically but sure there are those those nuggets in there that i could. Golden coming into last year was the thing that i was like. Oh that's awesome. That's really cool. You know people like bear court. You're going to finally get to try that game out. I think super that's always a super awesome thing and so i'm super excited for this week. I'm super excited for next week. Three's here jeff. Grubb in the chat says iraqi is what is like what if devil may cry. Was a battle royale. You sold me. I'm in there it is. I can't wait to see you go pro and becoming sports legend in morocco. Blades point but that is still so far away. If i wanted something more immediate blessing say what came to the mom and pop shops. Where would i go. You would go to the official list of coming software across each and every platform as listed by the kind of funny games. Daily show hosts each and.

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Open a has introduced two new. gpt three models. The first is called clip. Which can classify images and categories from arbitrary text. The second is more interesting. It's doll e which can generate images entirely from snippets of text coding. The it technology review for all gpt threes flair. Its output can feel untethered from reality as if it doesn't know what it's talking about that's because it doesn't by grounding text and images researchers at open a and elsewhere are trying to give language models a better grasp of the everyday concepts that humans used to make sense of things dolly and clip. Come at this problem from different directions. At first glance clip contrasted language image. Pre-training is yet another image recognition system. Except that it has learned to recognize images not from labeled examples in curated data sets most existing models do but from images and their captions from the internet. It learns what's in an image from a description rather than a one word labels such as cat or banana clip is trained by getting it to predict which caption from a random selection of thirty. Two thousand captions is the correct one for a given image to work this out. Clip learns to link a wide variety of objects with their names and the words that describe them this then let's it identify objects in images outside. It's training set. Most image recognition systems are trained to identify certain types of objects such as faces in surveillance videos or buildings in satellite images. Like gpt three clip can generalize across tasks without additional training. It is also less likely than other state of the art image recognition models to be led astray by adversarial examples which have been subtly altered in ways that typically confused algorithms even though humans might not notice a difference instead of recognizing images dolly which i'm guessing is a wally slash dolly pun draws them. This model is a smaller version of. Gpt three that has also been trained on text image pairs taken from the internet. Given a short natural language captions such as a painting of a capybaras sitting in a field at sunrise or a cross section view of a walnut dali generates lots of images that match it dozens of capybaras of all shapes and sizes in front of orange and yellow backgrounds. Row after row of walnuts though. Not all of them in cross section and quote. The results are apparently striking. Maybe not as striking as when gt. Three i got everyone's attention a few months ago in the show notes. There's a link to the open. Ai blog where they show you examples of what this ai can achieve. You can also use the tool. Apparently to generate your own images. Sam altman had it draw an illustration of baby shark in a wizard hat wielding a blue light. Saber and it did it though. Apparently the tool was neutered. Just a bit. So people couldn't produce porn with it still as daniel rack tweeted quote. People think is coming for truck drivers first boy. Do i have news for you and quote and as a laser. You'd hausky tweeted quote. Consider this your notice. If you're a manga artist you have and years left before you're out of a job. I wish that i had any grasp whatsoever of how to relate to announcements like these my initial sense is an equals to wisely adjusted upwards to actually after the end of the world and quote

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"yvonne line" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"NETFLIX's has continual continually different TV shows that you could watch for ever. And you would you would most likely never know you would never catch up right and that's still fifteen dollars nine, ninety nine if you if you have non HD, most of these, games is a service or actually more expensive. or in some way, have things that require more than fifteen dollars and it's just that one game meaning that a good deal of it is actually repetitive contents of let me give you an example. Let's say you just like action adventure you went to net flicks. You could never actually watch all of the content because more content would be coming in. You would quite literally never be able to finish content but with a video game, you would quite easily quite easily be able to, let's say fight all the enemy types and see all the locations in a very short amount of time because. It takes four to five years to make something somebody can destroy in twenty to forty hours easily that's because of the way that things are put together and the fact that there are far less publishing developers than there are movie makers and TV shows in the way those TV shows have a vested long-term tail built into an incredible archive of original titles that have been out for years and are moving onto these games or these TV shows as a service. So game to the service, for example, ventures when vendors comes out, it doesn't matter if they've done double the work eight years that will mean. In, a very short amount of time people will be done with the actual content. Now, what do you have next? You have repetitive content that is to grind for gear that actually is what you would term as a filter. So for example, when you go to Youtube and or when you go to Google and you type in a search parameter, it's going to take every search ever by popularity timeframe from the moment the Internet. Started and blurb it out. But then you enter a filter called time and you say within the last week now you're getting a filter the filters within the last week. Well that's the way games service on video games are currently working the filter being the world. So vendors, the avengers Beta, the filter is vendors Beta, that's or the Avenger. Sorry that's your filter, the avengers that's all the content you will see you won't magically go in one day and find a fucking completely different character, right? You're not going to go in and suddenly there's a spaceship from the expanse in your vendors game. That's not how it works. So these Games, the service, the reasons why they overtly and I think we've seen a large number of failures are a large number of I would say. Hold people getting into him is because their their lack of content. Isn't necessarily a laziness issue lazy. deb's is sort of a stupid misnomer kind of thing a lot of deb's aren't lazy. It's the sheer way in which resources are used in the way stuff has to be constructed so. I don't know I will just say that I think games as a service is is actually a terrible name because they're really not a service after a very short amount of time and they've tried to pretend that. You know. That is different than Mo but I gotTa tell you guys the way, Emma Moser delivered and the various different ways free ammos free with cosmetics, Babo Blah. A lot of these. I'm sorry guys. You can't tell me aren't just games as a service, right? I mean it's called an Emo, but that's what it is and that's why when you when you tile something is games as a service, it means something different than Mo and that's because a lot. Of Times like let's say vengeance they're saying it's not an emo because there isn't a major place for everybody to go and congregate, and so therefore, it's not massively multiplayer. Well, that's true but I don't off games services. The proper term you want to use for it I find I, find it not accurate and I don't find them very successful and I think a lot of that is naming and the fact that a lot of people don't really. You know I get that. There are people who are playing Yvonne Line still and loving it. But when you look it everything that's been released, and then you look at the ten to twenty two, even one hundred amazingly big fan driven games continually whether it be mo or games as a service, it's a stunningly high failure rate. Stunningly high that I think is the issue is no one wants to admit that no one wants to admit that if you do not win in the game as a service you either change your service completely. Or you're gone. And I the name I find the entire idea. Is just it's a hodgepodge in it doesn't make sense narrative my God that was a long winded answer your question. But there there was your, there's your answer. With. More Games CH-. Molotov Michelle says will get on board on the PS five hype train right now tell me this. No will make it happen. And then with PS five, xbox the same there isn't one I don't think any system is worth the five hundred or four, hundred and sixty dollars it would cost let's say they. I'm trying to think let's say I like dragon land. So let's say they made a dragon last game. It's my dream, right? It's the Drain Dragon let's game. It's still not worth four, hundred sixty, which would be the four hundred for the system the sixty to play the game just not worth it. So right now nothing I don't think either has really shown I think xbox is shown some awesome stuff with game pass. But other than that they really haven't shown something that I and I said this last podcast I personally would not be telling anybody right now to ever purchase these I, don't think in any way shape or form currently they're worth it unless your brand new and then you have to look at value versus possible possible Ip's in the future, and then at that point, you also have Microsoft's Ip's. It's just really confusing time when it comes to games Oh hey, you know what look it's time for a break. If you were just listening to me make a fool of myself, you're probably doing it on. One of the PODCAST.

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Some time ago about a year ago, or maybe two years ago, twitter introduced time based one time passwords google authenticated as most people know that mechanism where you have an authentic eater APP on a mobile device, and that gives you six digit codes to log in as to factor, which is much more secure than SMS SMS of course can be hijacked if your Sim Card is hijacked, so a lot of people were speculating all of these different methods of attack to me. It seems unlikely that accounts that are very familiar with some checking because. Because it happens a lot in crypto and has had a lot of high profile. Reporting would have SMS. It also seemed unlikely that even if they did that, someone was able to Sim Jack phones from big accounts across two different continents, at least because some of these accounts are china-based or singapore-based, some are europe-based. Some are a us-based that involve several different phone carriers in different countries all done within a matter of hours. It seemed to me very unlikely that I would be the case so assuming that they did have hardware two factor authentication. Or at least an authentic eater op, you can't really steal a password. That's not enough. So then, if the account security is likely to be quite secure, what are the other avenues someone can get in? The next most likely mechanism of attack would be API's so twitter has API's that allow various social media, aggregate or sites to post so that whole team of people can schedule and review and posts to multiple platforms similtaneously I. Use platforms like that, too. It allows me to work with a team of people and collaborate on what we post and schedule it out in advance. So. When you see a personal message from me, his personal, but when you see an with like I'm doing this video on Saturday, you know that's scheduled in advance and it's posted automatically. Are, not sitting there, attaching images and typing in Hashtags in real time. These services of course access the twitter API using off which is a nation protocol. It's the same protocol that's us when you log into a site using your google account and it redirects. You gets an encrypted challenge response message from uses that antedates into sight. And these gain full access the twitter time and presented in some of the site. You're probably familiar with things like hoot, sweet and buffer, sensible and various other sites like that now. These sites are not always as well secured. So that was my immediate suspicion. Because from there you can easily post the message, and if that site security isn't a strong with two factor, etc, I assumed. had been compromised than because there are only a handful of social media postings services eight. It was quite possible that all of these disparate companies were using the sang. Then the attack continued to escalate. One of the things that was noticeable was that the tweets that will come out? Were saying twitter web APP. Now when you have an off service that is posting remotely through the API. It has a clear identifier, says twitter for iphone, says hoot suite, it says some social media, posting or something like that. It doesn't say twitter web up. So my immediate suspicion was that this was a browser extension again much easier to compromise it. Browser extension that is a common single point of failure across all of these different accounts, and would have access to twitter web API to post on behalf or maybe sore credentials for users. There are a lot of sloppy browser extensions out there and then people started talking about the possibility of zero day browser exploit now. That'd be a very serious problem. Because Zero Browser, exploit effectively means that someone was compromising browsers through some click through mechanism, revolt, execution, or something like that and hijacking credentials from inside the browser secure store. That's a very serious. Because I would affect not just twitter, but then again it was only happening on twitter. And why would you use a zero day? Browser exploit that can be enormously powerful to hack only one site twitter, and then to use it to do this silly. Nigerian scam. I'm using the term Nigerian scam because Nigerians have anything to do with us, but because this type of scam originated with the Nigerian Prince Story, I mean it's a story, actually the we've seen repeat over and over and over again for two decades exactly I was reading through some kind of gaming coverage of this and many of them are likening it to scams that. That have been pulled in Yvonne Line, which is a popular sort of Laissez Faire, M., o. and ruined scape, also, which is really like a mostly for kids type of environment, and again like seven years ago. Apparently there was a rash of this type of give your money and I'll give you double back and again of course in crypto currency. We've seen this since.

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The Twitpocolypse

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

05:03 min | 1 year ago

The Twitpocolypse

"Some time ago about a year ago, or maybe two years ago, twitter introduced time based one time passwords google authenticated as most people know that mechanism where you have an authentic eater APP on a mobile device, and that gives you six digit codes to log in as to factor, which is much more secure than SMS SMS of course can be hijacked if your Sim Card is hijacked, so a lot of people were speculating all of these different methods of attack to me. It seems unlikely that accounts that are very familiar with some checking because. Because it happens a lot in crypto and has had a lot of high profile. Reporting would have SMS. It also seemed unlikely that even if they did that, someone was able to Sim Jack phones from big accounts across two different continents, at least because some of these accounts are china-based or singapore-based, some are europe-based. Some are a us-based that involve several different phone carriers in different countries all done within a matter of hours. It seemed to me very unlikely that I would be the case so assuming that they did have hardware two factor authentication. Or at least an authentic eater op, you can't really steal a password. That's not enough. So then, if the account security is likely to be quite secure, what are the other avenues someone can get in? The next most likely mechanism of attack would be API's so twitter has API's that allow various social media, aggregate or sites to post so that whole team of people can schedule and review and posts to multiple platforms similtaneously I. Use platforms like that, too. It allows me to work with a team of people and collaborate on what we post and schedule it out in advance. So. When you see a personal message from me, his personal, but when you see an with like I'm doing this video on Saturday, you know that's scheduled in advance and it's posted automatically. Are, not sitting there, attaching images and typing in Hashtags in real time. These services of course access the twitter API using off which is a nation protocol. It's the same protocol that's us when you log into a site using your google account and it redirects. You gets an encrypted challenge response message from uses that antedates into sight. And these gain full access the twitter time and presented in some of the site. You're probably familiar with things like hoot, sweet and buffer, sensible and various other sites like that now. These sites are not always as well secured. So that was my immediate suspicion. Because from there you can easily post the message, and if that site security isn't a strong with two factor, etc, I assumed. had been compromised than because there are only a handful of social media postings services eight. It was quite possible that all of these disparate companies were using the sang. Then the attack continued to escalate. One of the things that was noticeable was that the tweets that will come out? Were saying twitter web APP. Now when you have an off service that is posting remotely through the API. It has a clear identifier, says twitter for iphone, says hoot suite, it says some social media, posting or something like that. It doesn't say twitter web up. So my immediate suspicion was that this was a browser extension again much easier to compromise it. Browser extension that is a common single point of failure across all of these different accounts, and would have access to twitter web API to post on behalf or maybe sore credentials for users. There are a lot of sloppy browser extensions out there and then people started talking about the possibility of zero day browser exploit now. That'd be a very serious problem. Because Zero Browser, exploit effectively means that someone was compromising browsers through some click through mechanism, revolt, execution, or something like that and hijacking credentials from inside the browser secure store. That's a very serious. Because I would affect not just twitter, but then again it was only happening on twitter. And why would you use a zero day? Browser exploit that can be enormously powerful to hack only one site twitter, and then to use it to do this silly. Nigerian scam. I'm using the term Nigerian scam because Nigerians have anything to do with us, but because this type of scam originated with the Nigerian Prince Story, I mean it's a story, actually the we've seen repeat over and over and over again for two decades exactly I was reading through some kind of gaming coverage of this and many of them are likening it to scams that. That have been pulled in Yvonne Line, which is a popular sort of Laissez Faire, M., o. and ruined scape, also, which is really like a mostly for kids type of environment, and again like seven years ago. Apparently there was a rash of this type of give your money and I'll give you double back and again of course in crypto currency. We've seen this since.

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

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"yvonne line" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"yvonne line" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

"Love it every time you get a company who has its player base settle into the norm and kind of be comfortable with health things are going. I gotta say the start off blizzard does brilliantly with about world of warcraft and they've done. So for quite a long time I also like what fortnight did I'll be they keep doing it in lot shorter gaps to keep the player base engaged in interested in playing and everything. But Yvonne line has been a game that's been around for quite a while. I've played it myself on and off numerous times of never actually gotten to the part where I can have a whole fleet or Armato following me around. I really wish I could cause Yvonne line graphics wise worth drooling over, if you guys lot some size fi space travel shoot 'em up. Have some fun out on missions in space with a whole star Trekkie kind of feel to it but not exactly because Star Trek online has their own game but outside of that eve online has been a very standard company game. And they decided to do something that let's just say, all players are in a panic right now, if you been playing Yvonne liner are familiar with eve across the game player controlled facilities are under siege by powerful NPC's known as drifters drifter vessels have been in the. Game for years. But they've never attacked player structures in organized force before developer. C C P has not confirmed. Whether this is an intentional part of the recent invasion expansion, perhaps, an anomaly, although it seems to be a little bit more disconcerting because they seem to be grouping up and strategically knocking out players bases as they go kind of decimating things as they go. Apparently to read it thread, couldn't handle it anymore in these stop everybody keeps studying in this same request of X going on. So guaranteed shocks throughout the entire player base here, drifters, pilot, battleships more powerful than almost anything that players have access to. Explains why you can't beat them. The just decimate you from incredible range, nearly impenetrable defences weapons systems, capable of shredding players. Ships in seconds. Normally drifter battleships are found in small groups in P, E, focus areas, guarding treasure in precious materials occasionally, a single drifter battleship can be found roaming around looking for unsuspecting players, not a drifter seem today are swarming in unheard of numbers up to twenty or thirty at a time the roaming through player controlled space, engaging everything they find in her path. And it looks like there, we got some images here of them opening fire on a space station reports are still coming in, but so far nothing seems safe from the drifter encouraging pirate vessels are being destroyed. Onsite player reporting, the drifters are even shooting their escape pods, something that most NPC's eve online aren't even capable of doing the drifter feats are also engaging player controlled space stations all over null security face hundreds of structures across the map have been attacked today, including some all. Massive keep star class battle stations largest structure able to be built by players. So yeah, they overwhelmed read it and Twitter. They Burke complaining and everywhere else of some players welcomed the threat to entrenched player empires, which they feel are too powerful for other player groups to overcome other players are angry that adrift in PC threat is interfering with actual players making war on one another initially players were not certain whether or not this new aerobic behavior. Presented by the drifters would result in the destruction of player own space stations or not. However, recent reports have coming in. At least one structure, has been completely destroyed by the drifter menace. So, yeah, has no warning issued a players leading up to this massive change in behavior leading to speculation about the nature of the drifter encourages some players are wondering if this titties in AI bug introduced during the invasion expansion, but they've been vague on the next few days will reveal whether or not eve is seeing the dawn of new era of NPC's fighting an active war against players disinterested team enough to maybe get you back in Yvan mine. I don't know after reading this article actually kind of interested maybe want to go back to online, although I've kind of been taken to rebel galaxy currently been playing that game I got it for free Ammon joining it so far I get to fly around the spaceship, and I haven't a mercenary following me around, and he hasn't died yet, which I guess is a good thing. And I guess he just follows me until he dies or I fire him. I don't know. He's worth the money I paid him. So he's may just keep me back to eve online. But yeah. What do you guys think love to hear your thoughts? Let me know on Twitter at tech news. Gadget, so hopefully we'll figure out what's going on on eve online. In finally? Well, why did blizzard cancel its MO titan? While we finally got an answer. The co-founder explains at least so much as we know world of warcraft developer blizzard says it cancels roughly fifty percent of the games that develops in among its best known cancellation examples was the memo known as titan of that game. We're eventually turned into what became overwatch, but we now have some new insight into why titan was never released blizzard founder Mike Moore Heym who recently left the company spoke about the project during the game lab convention in Barcelona this week, he said it was planned to be next generation. Emo, but it proved to be too ambitious. We failed to control scope, it would vary Embiid, it was brand new universe, and it was going to be the next generation em Emo that did all sorts of different things. It had a different mode. You're sort of building two games in parallel, and it really struggled to come together, so or hayme kind of decided at that point that. Just not go through a fit and ironically overwatch was born out of the ashes of titan. And while green-lighting net game was one of the best decisions we ever made. We took something that wasn't going to ship for a very long time might never have shipped in. Turn it into an awesome game overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan, who worked on titan remarked. We failed horrifically in every way in every way that a project can fail. It was devastating. Now for those of you who don't know titan was officially canceled in twenty fourteen at the time. Moore hayme stated we set out to make the most ambitious thing that you could possibly imagine it didn't come together f- for why it was canceled. More Heym said that blizzard really didn't find the fun didn't find a passion and. Yeah. For those of you wondering latest project. A blizzard cancelled was a star craft first person shooter, according to a report blizzard reportedly scuttled, the project which was said to be in development for two years. So it could focus on the apple four overwatch to. Which are probably better decisions. So, yeah. In case you're wondering what happened to tighten while we finally finally have rancher, but I'm kind of glad they did because usually born from the ashes of that comes something better. And we got over watch from it. So they go at least you guys can enjoy the fruits of the labor comes. It wasn't fruitless. Manute game came out of it. In with that, that wraps up this episode of delays Intech news. Thanks for tuning in guys, new episodes..

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