This morning Ars Technica posted the most useful article I’ve ever read about Wi-Fi problems, by Jim Salter. It answered questions I’ve had for a long time. Continue reading “Recommended Reading: Wi-Fi”
Any chance we could keep Breath of the Wild spoilers under wraps until the Switch gets a hardware revision in a year or two?
My favorite cybersecurity tip? If you don’t use a good password manager, you should. A password manager makes it relatively painless to use long, secure passwords. It also enables you to use a different password for every online account, mitigating the damage if one of your passwords is discovered. It’s also simply less stressful than trying five passwords every time you visit a website.
You can find more resources at StaySafeOnline.org, or for this month’s theme, Stop-Think-Connect. They even have ways for faith-based organizations to get involved. Awesome!
Legend of Grimrock, by Finnish developer Almost Human, puts you in control of four criminals trying to escape a mountain prison. Though rendered in full 3D, the gameplay uses grid movement and owes a lot to classic dungeon crawlers like Eye of the Beholder. At a glance, it’s easy to see Just-Another-Dungeon-Crawl. Don’t be fooled. Grimrock is playful, self-aware, and earnest. It is a heartfelt triumph by a small, passionate team.
I played Grimrock in February and March of 2013. I’m only now managing to write about it because it’s been hard to capture how it made me feel. Now, with a sequel approaching, I think I’ve got it: Rarely have I felt so accompanied while playing a game. That company (both real and fictional) transformed my experience.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Legend of Grimrock.