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Another repost from my Google+...

JavaScript: Just use the damned semicolons already

In honor of resurrecting my blog (and while waiting for a long compile to finish), I'm going to repost some old, still relevant, Google+ posts that not a heck of a lot of people have read (given how Google+ isn't exactly the most popular social network out there), on here. I'm only going back in time about a year, though. I'm also only going to post long, "thoughtful" (at least I think so) stuff. Reposts of amusing pictures or links to articles by others will not be showing up here.

Moved to Mezzanine

It's been a while since I posted, but I figured now's as good a time as any.

Why Lunar: Eternal Blue for Sega CD is the best Lunar game

Wow... long time since I updated this. Guess I just haven't had much to write about until now...

IFR flying is hard

So it's been a couple of weeks since my last post. Since then, I've received my copy of X-Plane in the mail (only took a couple of days – great service on the part of the x-plane.org store!). Overall, I've been very happy with it and will probably post a more thorough review of it shortly. However, I'm going to talk about something else here: IFR flying. I'll be approaching this from the viewpoint of simulated IFR flying (hence why this is also in the Gaming category), but I think it could also apply to the real thing.