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Gomi
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Net Runner
Inspired by the BBS door game of the same name. I wanted to bring this style of game to a graphically immersive environment. Here is a model I designed back in 2010 in blender with brick cubes representing firewalls limiting movement. Movement should be fas...

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Olympia
Olympia was a roleplay game I designed inside of Second Life around 2010. The story for this game was a post apocalyptic society that was split between two classes. The top siders that lived on the rooftops and had magical powers. These were the GM's of the...

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About us
We've been designing and developing game assets, levels, mods, and even games for a few years now as fun hobby. Recently we've decided to make our efforts more formal (but still very casual), and create games as a studio called Tactical Seance.

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Debycon IoT Village CTF
Due to winning the BSidesCharm Wireless CTF , I missed out on Independent Security Evaluators' SOHO Router Hacking Workshop , which was a very enticing subject for me. I also missed out on attending Defcon due to a job change, and thus missed out on the IoT...

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BkP15 - School Bus - Riverside
On the School Bus route of the Boston Key Party 2015 CTF, we found ourselves up against the Riverside challenge.  (For those who aren't familiar -- as I wasn't -- Riverside is the name of a station in Boston and likely goes with the theme of public transpor...

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Gomi commented on a video on YouTube.
To me this is more a sad statement of how poor our colleges are at training students to think, and when these kids are presented with any structured argument, their spoon-fed knowledge leaves them unarmed.

The difference between one person using force to give another person's money away and the Government is that ideally the Government is acting on behalf of the majority's wishes. According to the utilitarianism philosophy, moral action is that which maximizes utility to the whole, and thus it could be moral for a Government to force others to give, but not an individual.

This is not to say I agree with utilitarianism, but being aware of other perspectives and schools of thought arms me with being able to think on these "difficult questions."

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Gomi commented on a video on YouTube.
I'd buy tickets to this movie.

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