One of my earliest gaming memories: A simple Scorched-earth game where two castles on a randomly-generated terrain take turns shooting at each other by typing in an angle and power, adjusting for wind speed. My dad and I played this over and over. At such a young age, I probably learned a ton playing this game, not to mention early exposure to simulation gaming. Continue reading “Cannons and Castles”
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!