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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2017 13:51 
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I think Apple Music is pretty good value for money. Hardly anything I can't find on there.

I suspect this is equally true of all the £10-per-month music streaming services. They have very similar catalogs.

Yep. But where it stands apart is the stuff curated by real people and not algorithms. Unless Spotify has changed recently.

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My Zune is used pretty much exclusively for Podcasts these days and I'm thinking of upgrading to a ZUne HD but I can't seem to find one for the right price.


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Yep. But where it stands apart is the stuff curated by real people and not algorithms. Unless Spotify has changed recently.

Everyone I know who uses both says Spotify is much better at it. The Discover Weekly seems to be very well-loved.


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My Zune is used pretty much exclusively for Podcasts these days and I'm thinking of upgrading to a ZUne HD but I can't seem to find one for the right price.


Can't you just use your phone like a normal person?


I could but then I'd have a Zune sitting in my drawer gathering dust. I wouldn't want that to happen.


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Yep. But where it stands apart is the stuff curated by real people and not algorithms. Unless Spotify has changed recently.

Everyone I know who uses both says Spotify is much better at it. The Discover Weekly seems to be very well-loved.

Fair enough. I haven't used it in a while.

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Which one did you have Grim... Don't fancy selling it do you?

One of the earlier models - maybe the first, not sure. Certainly not a fancy HD one.

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Yep. But where it stands apart is the stuff curated by real people and not algorithms. Unless Spotify has changed recently.

Everyone I know who uses both says Spotify is much better at it. The Discover Weekly seems to be very well-loved.

Fair enough. I haven't used it in a while.

I find them usually good, but with some enragingly bad exceptions. Limp Bizkit... Awful.


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Which one did you have Grim... Don't fancy selling it do you?

One of the earlier models - maybe the first, not sure. Certainly not a fancy HD one.


Fancy selling it? I've been reading about installing new hard drives in them and have been after a donor for a while.


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I'll dig it out and see what kind it is, if you like.

It's yours for postage costs.

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I'll dig it out and see what kind it is, if you like.

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Yep. But where it stands apart is the stuff curated by real people and not algorithms. Unless Spotify has changed recently.

Everyone I know who uses both says Spotify is much better at it. The Discover Weekly seems to be very well-loved.

Fair enough. I haven't used it in a while.

I find them usually good, but with some enragingly bad exceptions. Limp Bizkit... Awful.

Not as good as Papa Roach, obviously.

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Apparently, EE customers can get 6 months of Apple Music for free by texting music to 150.

I haven’t tried this myself but I’ve heard it from a friend who works for EE.


I miss the days when strangers would come here and draw us unicorns in exchange for cinema tickets.

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Summer PSN sale - a lot of PS VR stuff seems to be on offer https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/ ... MSALE17PS4

A few choice items

£25 for GTAV (similar discounts if you want the packs which come with in game currency as well)
£16 for Titanfall2 (and 60% off all the various DLC)
£8 for Ass crud black flag
£12 for Ass crud Unity
£12 for Ass crud Syndicate (someone was looking at Ass crud games recently ?)
£16 for The Last Guardian
£13 for Bloodbourne
£12 for Doom
£4 for Knack
£6.50 for Mirrors Edge Catalyst



£7.40 for Polibus (is it worth it if you dont have VR?)


How good is the last Guardian, is it worth £16?

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Picked up Mad Max for a tenner in that sale. Really enjoying it so far.


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Apparently, EE customers can get 6 months of Apple Music for free by texting music to 150.

I haven’t tried this myself but I’ve heard it from a friend who works for EE.


I miss the days when strangers would come here and draw us unicorns in exchange for cinema tickets.

That's going to get a little harder from now on:
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Microsoft’s next Windows 10 update, called the Autumn (or Fall in the US) Creators Update, will bring a variety of new features. But one long-standing stalwart of the Windows experience has been put on the chopping block: Microsoft Paint.

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I still use Paint several times a week. I highlight a group of files, right-click, choose 'edit' (the option doesn't appear if you highlight over 15 files), which loads them all up in Paint, where I crop and resize each one. Then when all done, I use Caesium to compress them.

There are probably easier ways, but it's the quickest I've got so far.

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I still use Paint several times a week. I highlight a group of files, right-click, choose 'edit' (the option doesn't appear if you highlight over 15 files), which loads them all up in Paint, where I crop and resize each one. Then when all done, I use Caesium to compress them.

There are probably easier ways, but it's the quickest I've got so far.

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[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer]
"ExplorerStartupTraceRecorded"=dword:00000001
"ShellState"=hex:24,00,00,00,30,28,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,\
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"CleanShutdown"=dword:00000000
"Browse For Folder Width"=dword:000002bc
"Browse For Folder Height"=dword:000002e1
"link"=hex:16,00,00,00
"MultipleInvokePromptMinimum"=dword:00000064


If you save that as a reg file and run it then you're an absolute idiot.

However, if you Google for something similar and then get it from the internet and do all the backup stuff then you can open as many files as you want from the right click menu, because that's what I did with my work machine.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 24, 2017 16:37 
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I still use Paint several times a week. I highlight a group of files, right-click, choose 'edit' (the option doesn't appear if you highlight over 15 files), which loads them all up in Paint, where I crop and resize each one. Then when all done, I use Caesium to compress them.

There are probably easier ways, but it's the quickest I've got so far.

If you've got Photoshop, look into the batch processes - you record them like a macro, then just fire them off on a folder or all the open files.

If not (or maybe even if you have): http://www.bricelam.net/ImageResizer/

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I used to use that Image Resizer a while back, but I found that Caesium had more flexibility.

With the cropping and resizing, the images are all differently cropped (they're product photos for the site, so all kinds of stuff), so I've become quite quick at doing them one at a time in Paint and then once cropped, I just resize in Paint while I'm there. Bit of a dated way of doing it probably, but it's quick enough. :)

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I picked up Dishonored 2 for PS4 from Tesco for a tenner today.

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I never really got on with the 360 version of this but Bulletstorm is down to £12 from Amazon on PS4

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Pretty tempted. I loved Bulletstorm.

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Pretty tempted. I loved Bulletstorm.


It's definitely your sort of game. I have to be honest though, I didn't really enjoy it.


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Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit for just £37 on Amazon today.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/NeeGo-Raspberr ... d92e54b76b

I’m tempted by this and it seems like good value for money. Would anyone in the know be able to tell me if it’s the right thing to buy if I just want to play retro video games on it?


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Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit for just £37 on Amazon today.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/NeeGo-Raspberr ... d92e54b76b

I’m tempted by this and it seems like good value for money. Would anyone in the know be able to tell me if it’s the right thing to buy if I just want to play retro video games on it?


My take on it is yes it would work but the 'top line price' is just made up (was £100 now £37) and I have concerns over the power supply after reading some of the comments

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Raspberry pi was good and as expect and enclosure really nice. Reason for low rating is the power supply is low quality. The pi actually warns of low and inconsistent amps making it unusable. The power supply is rated for 2.5 amps as recommended for the pi. I tried a 2 amp supply to see if it was the pi or power supply at fault. Low and behold no power warning with the lower 2 amp power supply even though the pi recommends a 2.5 amp supply.

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Raspberry PI 3 works fine, as expected.
Power supply is really low quality, with a really bad coil whine (high pitched noised really annoying), makes it unusable.
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Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit for just £37 on Amazon today.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/NeeGo-Raspberr ... d92e54b76b

I’m tempted by this and it seems like good value for money. Would anyone in the know be able to tell me if it’s the right thing to buy if I just want to play retro video games on it?

Reading the reviews it seems that they bundle a dodgy power supply and cheapo case with the Pi. And no SD card with the operating system on it.



Maybe spend a few quid more on something like this?
https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/rasp ... ntials-kit


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Yeah, I just bought the official power supply for mine and then 3D printed a case for it, but there's hundreds of cases out there for pence.

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There is a humble 'micro' bundle on at the moment

https://www.humblebundle.com/micro-jumbo-bundle

However - regardless of what other games your interested in you can get 2 games for free , Space Pilgrim Episode 1 and the excellent Pony Island

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There is a humble 'micro' bundle on at the moment

https://www.humblebundle.com/micro-jumbo-bundle

However - regardless of what other games your interested in you can get 2 games for free , Space Pilgrim Episode 1 and the excellent Pony Island

If you've never played it before pick up Pony Island !


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Deadlight directors cut free at GOG

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Nice! Do these register with Steam or is it a standalone client? I don't think I've downloaded anything off GOG before.


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Nice! Do these register with Steam or is it a standalone client? I don't think I've downloaded anything off GOG before.


GOG has its own client, Galaxy, that works in much the same way as Steam, or you can just download individual game installers from the site.

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How much more content is in the directors cut? I remember playing it to completion on the 360 and thought it was good way back when.


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I was just coming here to post this because I also really enjoyed Deadlight when I played it all those years back. It doesn't do anything new and exciting but it looks lovely, has a nice atmosphere and is only a few hours long.


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Although, the Steam reviews for the director's cut version are pretty savage citing practically no changes from the original game except extra added bugs and a new game mode no one asked for.


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Although, the Steam reviews for the director's cut version are pretty savage citing practically no changes from the original game except extra added bugs and a new game mode no one asked for.

Problem there was largely that they were charging for what was basically a patch. Not really an issue if you're getting it for free.


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This was shit, btw. And a fiver for the second chapter? Jog on...

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Sorcery! is free on iOS at the moment.


This was shit, btw. And a fiver for the second chapter? Jog on...

I never actually installed it.

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I don't but this seems like a pretty good deal if you want Mafia 3 and quite a lot of tat:

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There are some bargains to be had on PSN at the mo. Tonnes of Ubi stuff, but more interesting is the games less than a fiver section, featuring things like:

- the Bastion folks' dodgeball adventure Stikbold
- The Swindle
- The Swapper
- Dangerous Golf
- Super Meat Boy

I'm bagging Stikbold and Black Flag.

https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2017/09/06/games-under-5-deals-kick-off-on-playstation-store-plus-savings-on-ubisoft-titles/


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- The Swindle

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- The Swindle

This game brought me right to the verge of snapping my Vita in half, btw.


ha, assume you were near the end of your game cycle? I only ever made it about 20 days in before deciding I must be doing too badly to bother continuing. A strange mechanic.


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 Post subject: Re: Bargains, Bargains, Bargains!
PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 13:52 
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Findus Fop wrote:
There are some bargains to be had on PSN at the mo. Tonnes of Ubi stuff, but more interesting is the games less than a fiver section, featuring things like:

- the Bastion folks' dodgeball adventure Stikbold
- The Swindle
- The Swapper
- Dangerous Golf
- Super Meat Boy

I'm bagging Stikbold and Black Flag.

https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2017/09/06/games-under-5-deals-kick-off-on-playstation-store-plus-savings-on-ubisoft-titles/


Ooh it also has I Am Bread, the bread simulation game. Could just about be worth the dough at £3.


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