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nhk
    @skoll it was great. Sometime in the end of the 90s they figured out the audio issues. Players were really small and audio quality was better than what MP3 could deliver. My first MP3-player cost as much as my MD-player and had only 32MB memory @zero
    nhk
      My 3 year old just woke up and came over to me Kid: “Niels, wake up” Me: “Why?” Kid: “Make coffee”
      nhk
        @zero it took off in Japan and I know some people who had players here (incl. me). I liked the format of thei MDs :)
        nhk
          @oluseyi they do? I read that only about 2600-games that they are often coded with the cathode ray in mind
          nhk
            @annatarkov it is easier with a trackball like in the arcade
            nhk
              Made it to the final boss in Donkey Kong Country :D
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                Heartbleed exploited to hack network with multifactor authentication http://bit.ly/1r55cxo
                nhk
                  A thread on the todo.txt-mailing list where apparently no one reads the subject m)
                  nhk
                    @maguay yep. That’s why exchanges have now data centers where all cables are exactly the same distance to the trading-server, so no one has an advantage because of cable length difference (and how long a signal takes)
                    nhk
                      @sgtstretch that’s how the game looks in the inside (with battery) @wickedgood @jessicadennis @nguarracino Image [photos.app.net]
                      nhk
                        @sgtstretch yes, but you need a special screw driver for opening the module and it is soldered between kind of a clamp. It is apparently not hard but you have to be still careful though. And you can tape the new one @wickedgood @jessicadennis @nguarracino
                        nhk
                          @jessicadennis probably. Gameboys are very tough. The battery of the game is another question - it is the first game though I encountered with an empty battery @wickedgood @nguarracino
                          nhk
                            @jessicadennis Mario’s Picross is awesome. Just rebought it but the battery is empty :/ @nguarracino @wickedgood Image [photos.app.net]
                            nhk
                              @wickedgood nah, Columns was good but far from Tetris imho. Good enough though @jessicadennis @nguarracino
                              nhk
                                @jessicadennis back then I liked Tetris only when I could play it with someone else. Otherwise it was mostly Jump’n’Runs, Shmups and Adventures @nguarracino @wickedgood
                                nhk
                                  @wickedgood the GG had GG Shinobi 2 which was awesome. And Shining Force and the Sonic-games were quite good, too @jessicadennis @nguarracino
                                  nhk
                                    @wickedgood I have still the three from back then. Here is one of them @jessicadennis @nguarracino Image [photos.app.net]