If you weren't already having a hard time imagining "The Late Show" without David Letterman, these newly released photos will make it pretty much impossible.
While we're all excited to see what Stephen Colbert can do as host (and himself...
Virtual reality gaming is exploding. New devices like the Oculus, HTC/Valve's Vive, Samsung's Gear, Microsoft's HoloLens & Sony's Morpheus are all promising a new golden age of gameplay. Come meet the local companies (and not just from Vancouver but around YVR too!) that are working on VR/AR games right now. Play their demos, and then listen to the owners talk about what the potential is for immersive gaming. Light food & drinks will be avail...
Don't know how many of you here use Audacity, but version 2.1.0 has been released today with dozens of new features. Please note that when using Audacity in Unity, you won't be able to see the keyboard shortcuts in Audacity's menus. As a workaround, you can open Audacity with the UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0 environment variable.
Audacity, the best open-source audio editor, has reached version 2.1.0 today, March 29, a major release that brings a great number of new features and improvements over the previous stable release. While there’s no official announcement on the project’s homepage at the moment of writing this article, we can tell you what exactly has been changed since Audacity 2.0.6.
Seats have just enough room for a 5'11'' man to be ok but not comfortable. There is only little room to let other people walk out the row to the aisle, not comfortably. No cup-holders for your beverages - BC Place has them, and enough leg-room to be comfortable.
I had low expectations for the food i.e. latte and large cookie, but they were ok. I expected more from the service but it was just ok. It's a busy corner location, let's give them some slack for the service.