Monthly Archive: December 2015
I told Hurricane that she had a love-child with Maus, which made my newest niece make a funny face. It was funny. I told her that their child Audrey looked like a little old lady, but more fascinating was that I set her to travel abroad across and out to other DS systems in other Tomodachi islands. Their legacy lives on!
It’s still winter in Kadaria, but the fruit still grows on the trees. The (second-to-) last time I visited there were a lot of dead flowers. More than usual, but I don’t expect much when the temperature outside is -20 degrees. That’s how cold it was in Handyville, so I imagined it was the same in Kadaria.
Maus and I went out to Starbucks. Oh my god, really? While we went to Starbucks we observed the fresh snow falling and took a few pictures, and a video (below). That day we were hoping to go see the Christmas lights at the light garden off in some other part of Fort Collins. I guess it’s sponsored by something or other, I never really paid attention. I mean, how could you, there’s so many shinies! One of the cool things we saw was lights under the snow. These are lights covered up by perfectly pristine snow. The effect is cool!
The abstract factory class in the link creates other abstract factories. This is much like the Enumeration data type which creates constants/enumerators with specific arguments. Each Abstract Factory is a throw-away object that you can use to create code dynamically for a given factory.
Well, today Ninja and me went out for a cup of coffee and some cheesecake. How do I know it’s cheesecake? ‘Cause it’s me! I like hanging out with Ninja IRL, so I think I particularly like hanging out with Ninja in Chrakia too. Ninja had some interesting things to say…
The thing about the sweet and sour chicken is that I thought it was going to be like asian sweet and sour. But it turns out to be more like barbecue sweet and sour. You know, those barbecue glazes that are less barbecue and more sweet. That’s what these were like, which was a little disappointing, but it was good none-the-less!
The one thing I wondered about was the goalies. They could make this T shape with their legs. There were blocks on their legs so that they’d form kind of like a snow-plow that would block the puck. I can’t imagine standing like that, I wonder if the equipment helps. For whatever reason, that stuck with me.
I am now a member of the iTunes affiliate program. This is one of the ways that I support myself, and I genuinely was just interested in being part of the iTunes community. I’ve very much wanted to become an Amazon Affiliate, but unfortunately Colorado is one of the banned states because of tax laws.
My plan for the game in the long term is to create an episode focused on Him’s family home, and some of the surrounding area. This will be Episode 1 as was mentioned in the previous article. I have to put together some of Him’s personality, and the rest of his family. I’m hoping to post some character portraits in the next article, but I can’t promise anything.
In PHP, keys in an array can only be a string or an integer. However, in many general symbolic programming situations, you may want to be able to associate one piece of data with another. You can establish a link between to pieces of data by setting one as a key and one as a value in an associative array. The Map data type allows you to use any data type as a key and a value.