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#WildDose #FirstSession @lappisoft #indiedev #gamedev

Was skeptical but after the first taste- everything felt & looked better. I crave more of the well-done characters and plot~

Slight hiccups; over-reaching scale of open world and bugs.

#RT to deal!…
#AlienIsolation @CAGames #gamedev

Like its legacy- will go down as one of the best survival horrors out there! Still get nightmares from all 5 senses...

Characters & plot didn't live up to expectations nor new; shoes simply too big!

#RT to survive!…
#Onirike @devilishgames #indiedev #gamedev

Endearingly challenging... Hopeful and abject. Feast your eyes & ears on a too good to be true realm~

Weaker on the platforming side. Troublesome mechanics. Just takes some getting used to!

#RT to strive!…
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Well, 2020 hasn't treated us very so far... Excepted for the last couple of days 😋😅 See this nice collection of @CopernicusEU seascapes satellite images over Northern Europe 🛰️🌍🌬️🌊 (a thread - using @sentinel_hub and @oceandatalab web interfaces) ⬇️ Image
The Southern English coast 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿: easterly winds, swirls, white capping (#S2 2020-09-18) ... ImageImageImageImage
The Kattegat 🇩🇰: Anholt offshore wind farm (#S2 2020-09-14) ... ImageImageImage
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1/3 “Logarithms and other functions are like tools. Different tools have different purposes. Hammers are for pounding nails into wood; drills are for boring holes; saws are for cutting. Likewise, exponential functions are for modeling growth that feeds on itself,“
#S2 #ipowersbc
2/3 ”and power functions are for modeling less violent forms of growth. Logarithms are useful for the same reason that staple removers are useful: they undo the action of another tool [exponential functions]." (Chapter 5)
#S2 #ipowersbc
3/3 What a brilliant way to look at functions. I wonder if with students we can get even more specific: how is the 3x+1 tool different from the -3x+75 tool, for example. In calculus, how is sin(x) different from tan(x)? And what does this mean for e^x?
#S2 #ipowersbc
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