Murder by Numbers, a Picross/Phoenix Wright mashup with a solid story and super fun characters, is currently the free game on the Epic Games Store and is def worth a download. I played it on Switch, but would also be great game for ROG Ally or Steam Deck (if you’ve got Epic on it).
Its totally reasonable that two bros or even three bros might want to start a pizza shop. Beyond that? Madness. But Daily Show writer Dan Amira used his newly found free time to find the restaurant with the highest number of brothers. “Maybe there is no upper limit to restaurant brothers. Maybe it’s infinite.” (via kottke)
I’m not sure Google is ok. It’s been a rough year and they appeared to have named their new notes app NotebookLM.
I mean was the iNotesGPT name unavailable?
Apparently that missing Titanic sub was piloted by some Mad Catz-ass looking controller? You wouldn’t even make your little brother’s friend play GoldenEye with this thing.
Cool cool cool cool… 😬
Climate change is making flights more turbulent and it’s expected to keep getting worse.
The shoe (guillotine?) has finally dropped on the exceedingly unstable relationship between the bankrupt Bally’s Sports/Sinclair Broadcast Group and Major League Baseball: MLB to produce, distribute Padres games starting today
As an MLB.tv subscriber and Braves fan, this whole Bally-hoo has of course had me generally interested in what will happen with all this. Pleasantly surprised (and interested in the legal/contractural details) that MLB was able to keep the Padres’ announcing crew for the new broadcasts. (via Six Colors)
The Epcot of My Dreams. A beautiful set of Midjourney-generated images from Louie Mantia creating amazing new FutureWorld and World Showcase Epcot pavilions. I think the Automation pavilion is my favorite but they’re all great.
“For decades, Justice Clarence Thomas has secretly accepted luxury vacations (private jets, superyachts, ranches, retreats) from a GOP megadonor. This is a massive (but not surprising) ethical breach from a powerful public servant.”via Kottke.org
RIP new E3, we hardly knew ye.