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So my LiveView story has ended already. I accidentally put it in its case sideways and now it won't go in at all. It fell out, the power button broke. Also it went from a full charge to empty in seconds. I'm going to have to contact Sony to replace it

This is during the second time I've brought it outside.
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Trying to add motion sensor support in my app, but +Google Developers have screwed me once again by forcing their choices on everyone.

The Nexus 5 won't allow you to rotate the device so up on the screen is pointing down. ie: The device won't rotate to upside-down orientation.

It's always bothered me, but now I need that orientation cause the sensor data changes with each orientation and I need to test it.

The Nexus 5 also won't allow you to lock the screen orientation in anything other than the up position, which makes testing the data in any other rotation physically impossible because tilting it (the data I need) changes the screen orientation. Thanks +Android Developers 
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I've noticed a similar inability to rotate the screen into that orientation and/or lock it in landscape mode on my OnePlus Two as well.
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If you haven’t been following the #ZachAttack debacle in which prominent #GamerGate supporter Mombot was targeted by a doxing group, let’s...
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I love seeing captchas like this. Math? Seriously? You want to test if we're human by asking a computer to solve a math equation? That's what they're built for! I've written equation evaluators 3 times! (Twice in VB6, once in B4A).
It's not even a complex math equation. I could write a simple one to do this in a few minutes. Worse, every modern web browser has one built in (The javascript Eval function). If you can't figure out how to get data into and out of a web browser (ridiculously simple when you use the Internet Explorer active X control) you can use the Javascript/VBscript active X control to do it. 
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Maybe it's more to keep dumb people out than it is to keep bots out ^_^
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1 line of code. 81 units, which I'm not sure what it's measuring. Could be character, could be words, I don't know. Either way I'm impressed. I don't even know how it was done.
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K. It was just a passing idea anyway. No big deal.
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This is the spot on my blanket that I hold at night not even blankets can withstand my mighty nails.
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It's been a month since the CON leaks showed Zoe Quinn and antigamergate were everything they claimed gamergate is. The media has been silent, and wikipedia actively censors the data.

It's been 12 hours since it's become known the head of +Oculus supports Trump, and his girlfriend is a gamergater. It's already on his wikipedia page, there's a gawker article attacking him, and his girlfriend has been chased of Twitter.
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This selective censorship will kill Wikipedia eventually. Unfortunately it will be a long drawn out slow death. But when the right person (whomever that ends up being) gets pissed enough they'll start an alternative people will flock to and Wikipedia well become just another site the sjw's killed.
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The vet had a sale on microchipping pets for $25. I figure it's worth it if Mouse (my cat) gets out and starts beating up Rottweilers again. So I asked my mother in law to take him cause I couldn't make it.

She ends up getting him a full checkout for $135 more. That's how they get you.

Anyway, my poor 17 year old baby has bad teeth and a heart murmur. I could have done without knowing that. I was happy not knowing he had signs of aging, since he's past the standard feline expiration date...
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Since Sony fixed the LiveView (for the most part, it's still not as reliable as my Pebble was), I took it outside for the first time today

And lost it.

The wristband isn't what you'd call sturdy. The watch component clicks in/out of it easily so you can charge it. Upon leaving walmart, I tried to start my music up again and noticed it was gone. I had hoped I lost it inside walmart and went back in to look for it, using my phone to ping for it. Luckily, my phone detected it, of course in the very back of the store. I was searching the floor for it when a +Walmart Canada employee walked up to me and asked if I needed help. Turns out she found it already! Phew. I thanked her profusely. But now I can't trust the bloody thing anymore, since it has a 100% failure rate.

I will have to look for a better wrist strap...
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This arrived today
Peripheral ID: #280
Pokemon Go plus
It's a real pain in the arse in that it refuses to stay connected.

When it works, if it works, it's somewhat convenient given you don't have to turn your screen on. But it won't tell you what Pokemon you caught when you reopen the app

Having the time on it would have made it a lot more convenient too. With that it might have replaced another device in your wrist. Instead I gave to wear it and a watch...
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The LiveView disconnected, and I figured it's cause I left it in the other room so I started to go see if it's battery was already dead. The app automatically reconnected! It didn't used to do that.
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These arrived today

2x 4GB sticks of RAM cost me $50, when a single 8GB stick would be double... Bringing my total to 16GB. Bought at fanexpo cause I thought they'd have them on-hand. Instead they mailed them to me...

Two star trek things. One is a pocket watch.

Peripheral ID#: 279
The 3D Rudder
It's got a curved bottom so it tilts at any angle, to act as an analog stick for VR games (or any game really)

It's apparently the development version, which is why it's wired. I did not know that beforehand. But I'd rather it be wired than deal with batteries

They let you pick the color scheme
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I'd rather it be wired than deal with batteries

Yes. So much agree. I hate this trend toward 'wireless only'. Yea, once in a while I want a wireless version*, but most of the time not. I'm not moving my desktop all over the place, so wired is better for most peripherals. But so many things now come 'wireless only' and that is really annoying.

[* I like wireless for anything for consoles or tv, where you tend to move around more. Or anything that attaches to your head, like say those new EEG-ish 'mind reader' things, as stuff on your head tends to get tangled (ug, headphones - if only bluetooth didn't suck for music), but for other things (keyboard, pointing device, joystick, etc) wired please.]
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I like user interface design/optimization, programming (VB6 particularly) anime, video games, cute things, novelty video game peripherals/controllers. I am extremely obsessive compulsive.
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Intel bought a program I made (MobileHome) and I made the collection database for PlayStationCollecting.com
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Burlington