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Boy, time does fly, and I didn't blog anything in a long time!
I just felt that I had to mention that I completed my first overnight tramp
(no, not loose woman, the hike variety) with a heavy back-pack on in my treks.
No problems, even on rugged terrain, with mud, tree roots, boulders, pebbles,
shingle, you name it ... my feet were happy, as were my knees, ankles, lower
back. Awesome experience; I guess if it gets colder I'll try the flows for...
Hunt the Wumpus.
There are several types of games, but lately adventure games seem to be coming back. The original adventures just required a keyboard. No fancy joysticks and or sound cards to deal with. What is really nice about them is that you can use the same source code more or less on a variety of systems. Sometimes that is known as code portability. People even want to put it on the Arduino (a micro-controller). If you do not have an Arduino, you can still play the original game...