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Links for 2022-08-29

Date: 2022-08-29


RealRTCW 4.0 mod for Return to Castle Wolfenstein has a new update in August, big 4.0. Here is a showcase video of the changes and the Mod page itself. This mod is an absolute blast, and I went back to memory lane, especially to the catacomb level, which I have never beaten 20 years ago. Still freightens me to this day. Many graphical and gameplay improvements in this mod. You can use it with the GOG or the Steam version as well (Workshop supported). New language pack for Russian, Ukrainians and French languages (you have to install the mod first).

Btw, GOG sale is still going on, so you can grab Return to Castle Wolfenstein and many other games.

Unreal still feels… unreal. Especially the music.

Razörfist made a very good summary about the Gamescom event.


Everybody's favorited or hated long form movie critic, Mauler dropped the 6 hour long Doctor Strange's multiway of fuck up review: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: An Unbridled Cataclysm.

Lex Fridman interviewed Magnus Carlsen on his podcast.


Are you looking for a dumbphone and music listening solution? Here is a Nokia and Sandisk combo.

Do you want a chocolate looking like keyboard that you can't eat? Look no further than the Stoga typewriter keyboard. If you want a more typewriter looking keyboard there is Yunzii, which has a built-in stand for your tablet or smartphone.


If you like doing stuff in Emacs and Xmonad, this post is definitely for you: Rapidly Capture Ideas with XMonad and Emacs. I haven't tried this myself.

This is post #27 of the #100DaysToOffload challenge, where we write 100 posts in a year. If you are interested in this event, check out the official website: Happy writing everybody! :)

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