Uncle Keith is visiting, so board games it is! Last night we played Shadows over Camelot…a neat cooperative board game that involves a lot of multitasking. We just barely pulled off a win. Today, we played several rounds of Escape: The Curse of the Temple. This one was an interesting cooperative 10-minute game involving a CD playing audio queues for timing and frantic dice rolling. I’d almost call it an action board game. It rewards thinking fast and observing fast. We had to cheat and remove some room tiles from the deck before we could win…maybe we’re just not fast enough. Anyway, it was playable for 9-year-olds, which was fun.
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Are you in Albuquerque and need 10 pounds o’ chocolate covered coffee beans? Nationwide Candy warehouse has it for $50.
Nothing makes me want to do things the old fashioned way more than using the Bank if America app to deposit checks. I just photographed a check 10 times.
Windows 7 kinda depends on you being right-handed for alt-tab. They assume you’re going to alt-tab with your left hand and use your right hand to pick the application you want from the list. There are right-hand equivalents of copy/paste…why not alt-tab?
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Over the holiday, we played Race for the Galaxy. It’s a sort of strategy card game…complicated to learn, but fun once you get there. You collect planets and sci-fi developments of various kinds, trying to create a balance of consumers and producers.
Piero Umiliani wrote Mah na mah na in 1968. (It was later made more famous by the muppets.) Here’s the original.