"I was not expecting much from Assassin’s Creed Origins, and yet Ubisoft has definitely taken steps to make their flagship franchise more accessible." 😀
Solution to so many of my small issues with Windows 10 seems to be "learn to live with it."
Usually when I hear devs talk about how great their communities are, it's in the context of what the communities do for the devs, how excited they are for every part of the games, how dedicated and devouted and loyal they are. It's not about what the communities do for each other, or about how they have really healthy priorities.
It's less "these are good people," and more "This dude branded himself with my IP" or "I could shoot someone on 5th Ave. and not lose a single fan."
You are a capable human being who creates—and profits from—objectionable, violent, abusive videos. Blaming "the algorithm" is shirking responsibility.
"In terms of contact and relationship with YouTube, honestly, the algorithm is the thing we had a relationship with since the beginning. That's what got us out there and popular,” Tanner told BuzzFeed News. “We learned to fuel it and do whatever it took to please the algorithm.”
"The pitch to creators seems to be 'don't worry, we're wasting your patrons' money not yours.'" Indeed.
(End thread) They sure have given themselves a PR nightmare here, huh?
Congrats to Patreon on shitting the bed.
I mean, there’s a forest’s-worth of Star Wars dreck too.
The bookstore’s sci-fi shelf now has dozens of copies of Ready Player One and Ender’s Game—and little else.
Guys, don't call me on my shit: I'm being "inspirational."
Where did the term "splatbook" come from?
How brands secretly buy their way into Forbes, Fast Company, and HuffPost stories
Wouldn't it be nice to support CSS-styled scrollbars in Firefox?