Reading recommendations (2018-08-13)

Posted on Mon 13 August 2018 in reading recommendations

It’s been a while since the last post because I’m still busy handling all the paperwork that comes with changes in lifestyle. Meanwhile I’ve watched some new anime on Crunchyroll: Caligula, Phantom in the Twilight, How not to summon a demon lord, Isekai Izakaya: Japanese Food From …

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Reading recommendations (2018-05-18)

Posted on Fri 18 May 2018 in reading recommendations

Recently I’ve spent a lot of time playing Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom and some Tomb Raider, in addition to one of my classics, Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2. I’ve also taken some time to revisit Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2: Grimoire of the Rift, my favorite title …

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Reading recommendations (2018-02-19)

Posted on Mon 19 February 2018 in reading recommendations

I spend most of my time with Final Fantasy XII recently which has been remastered for PC and is as great as I remember. Some light reading, novels and writing job applications are what the rest of my free time was invested in. Apart from that I continue to play …

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Reading recommendations (2017-08-13)

Posted on Sun 13 August 2017 in reading recommendations

~Onatcer tells devastating things about the new exams required to study Computer Science in Vienna in Der TU-Aufnahme-Test: Pleiten für alle! (German).

Troy Hunt provides a new service where one can check passwords against a gigantic collection of millions of leaked passwords with Introducing 306 Million Freely Downloadable Pwned Passwords …

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Reading recommendations (2017-07-26)

Posted on Wed 26 July 2017 in reading recommendations

Pieter Hintjens has Ten Steps to Better Public Speaking for you. Amongst them is to avoid using slides since they send the audience into passive ‘consumer only’ mode. I’m definitely guilty of doing that as a listener.

Here is an interview with Craig Schaefer, author of one of my …

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