In the last few days, I discovered a few neat new tools for planning my next trips.
- Topo Explorer or Backpacker for planning my next hikes overseas.
- Nile Guide for planning my next trip to Paris.
- TripIt to get all the trip details organised.
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Find a C64 or an emulator and you’ll realise how good we have it. One of the best games of my childhood had to be Dune 2, but I played it a few years ago and it was really disappointing. The AI was awful, controls were useless, graphics were nasty, cut-scenes were blech, sound was ick. Should have just stuck to my memories. And Dune2 was in the 386/486 days, let alone C64.
Unless by „great graphics“ you mean novelty, which I guarantee would wear off in a few hours or days.
A P41.5 PC (working, with XP, etc) is going for
Comments are cropped? Ah. the Euro sign breaks in?
A P41.5 PC (working, with XP, etc) is going for NZ$50, which you hopefully make in a morning. Save up for a few days and buy something better…
– Rob 🙂