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Home School: Hotel Room Opened With “Privacy” Card! from The Lockopicking Lawyer on YouTube

April 5th, 2020 No comments

These are the two COVID-19 data sites I incessantly check via Boing Boing

April 4th, 2020 No comments

This new quarantine game lets you play with friends from home + your smart speaker via RouteNote Blog

April 3rd, 2020 No comments
 

This party game sets you the task of talking to your Smart Speaker in just the right way to win this new quarantine game.
Hey Robot is a game that’s been building support on Kickstarter and is yet to launch in full. However it’s lovely creators saw everyone getting bored whilst stuck at home self-isolating and have launched a rough version early that is free to play.

You need either an Amazon Alexa or Google Home speaker, they say it doesn’t work so well with phones. You place that near to your computer and call your friends to bring them in and you’re off in one of the two game modes.

To play Hey Robot, you have to make your Smart Speaker say a word or certain phrase without saying it yourself. It’s like taboo with a robotic and sometimes nonsensical player who also happens to have a hell of a lot at their disposal.

Procedural one-page dungeon generator via Boing Boing [Gaming]

March 30th, 2020 No comments
With most of us stuck at home, this might be the time to dig out the D&D rule books and use this site to generate some dungeon maps to get you restarted on your mythical adventures. — Douglas
 
Oleg Dolya (last seen here for his amazing procedural medieval city-map generator) is back with a wonderful procedural one-page dungeon generator that produces detailed, surprisingly coherent quickie dungeons for your RPG runs (it’s an entry in the monthly challenge from /r/procedural generation).
Read Procedural one-page dungeon generator via Boing Boing




An interesting link found among my daily reading

You Can Now Play Cards Against Humanity Online With Your Mates via LADbible

March 28th, 2020 No comments
As we all come to terms with the new rules about staying inside,, people are turning to online pub quizzes, bingo events and Netflix streaming parties to keep social while socially distancing
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And if you’re looking for something else fun to try, you can now play Cards Against Humanity online with your mates. Welcome to 2020.
The popular game, which really brings out the worst in people, can be played on Playingcards.ioio and is fairly simple to set up; create your own virtual room via a link you can pass to your pals, where everyone can see the game in real time and join in.

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March 22nd, 2020 Comments off

Dress Up Your Phone With These iPhone Cases and More! [For Sale]

February 27th, 2020 Comments off

Recently Purchased: Hammond B3 Organ Throw Blankets and More! [For Sale]

February 21st, 2020 Comments off

Recently Purchased: Hammond B3 Organ Throw Blankets and More! [For Sale]

Recently Purchased: Hammond B3 Organ Throw Blankets and More! [For Sale]

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Whenever I am at my friend’s recording studio, I end up taking more pictures of this Hammond B3 organ, Its sound is so important to modern music and its somewhat antiquated look just begs for a photograph. — Douglas

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Firewheels Gaillardia Zipper Pouch – Recently Purchased from Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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Behold The Humble Dandelion – Products Exclusively From Douglas E. Welch Design and Photography [For Sale]

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