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Amy wrote

I eat out once or twice a week, usually when I've been busy all day and don't want to cook.

Travelling isn't something I'm very okay with. Airports are awful, stressful places and being away from the familiar for more than a week isn't fun for me. I'd rather just take time off work and relax at home.

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Amy wrote (edited )

I suppose that's a good way for the industry to go, even if I dislike the idea of technology becoming less owned by the user and more by the company. I lost all interest in mainstream consoles after Sony did a 180 on the PS3's Linux support, now if I want a console that I can mod I have to grab something from gen 7 and probably flash a ROM chip, or go with Nintendo (I'd love to have a Switch that can dual-boot between the stock OS and a full Linux environment, but I can't see the vulnerabilities lasting long enough)

EDIT: So I did some reading around and it turns out I can do exactly what I wanted to with a switch as long as I get one with a non-patched bootrom, and tether to my PC every time I boot Linux. Pretty nice!

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Amy wrote

My favourite has to be C#. It's the language I've used for years, and the one I'm just best with. It pains me how MS controlled and windows-centric it is.

I know Python... kinda. Syntax is fine but when it comes to doing anything more than a simple in-and-out console script I'm clueless. I've been meaning to look into the various graphics and UI libraries but I've never gotten far.

I know Lua solely because of the Love2D framework, and it's nice to work with, even with its little quirks (the arrays (or Tables, as they're called) start at 1...)