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Friday, July 26, 2019

Posted the article 5 Must-See Anime Mobile Games You Should Be Playing.

Tuesday, July 24, 2019

Posted the article The Influence of Anime Culture in the Rise of eSports. Not many updates this past couple weeks as I've been hard at work converting my pre-processing scripts into PHP scripts that can run directly on the server. That is just one step into finally getting all of the anime profiles into a database. Currently, most of the pages are built from straight text files run through pre-processing scripts that generate the PHP files which I then upload to the server. Not the smartest way to manage a site with a lot of content!

Monday, July 22, 2019

Added images to Yuka, Miruchi, The Betrayal Knows My Name, Aqua, Atlas, Dr. Gaia.

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Posted the article Fortune Girl - A Must-Play Anime-Themed Online Slot Game.

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Posted the article Who Is the Best Developer of Anime-Style Casino Games?.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Posted the article Which ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Character Are You At The Poker Table.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Significantly reduced the amount that the background dimmed when hovering over the top menu bar as I found the dark dimming effect to be quite distracting. Now the dimming effect is very mild. I also fixed a few broken links.

Thursday, July 4, 2019

Posted the article Best 10 Educational Anime.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Posted the article Should a foreign language be a compulsory subject at school?.

When I went outside this morning I noticed one of the solar torch lights we have along our walkway was just laying on the ground without its plastic post. It was right in the spot where we had it posted in the ground but the post that holds it up was nowhere to be found. I was confused, thinking who would want to steal a short plastic pole for a solar torch and not the light itself? So I went back through the security camera footage and at 12:49am two blurs zipped across the screen and plowed right through the torch post. When I ran it back at normal speed I saw it was two cats running full speed, one chasing the other, with the lead cat crashing through the solar torch so hard that the post flew into the nearby bush and the torch top fell right in place: https://youtu.be/z7aWxQ1JHfE

We were finally able to get American Home Shield to send out a different company for a second opinion on our air conditioner. They sent Cold Snap Air Conditioning, who arrived this morning. He found the same valve leak that JR from Service 1 found but after fixing that he did a test with nitrogen and also found a second leak in the condenser coil which Service 1 didn't even bother to check. He also concurred with our assessment that some of the duct work needed to be replaced. While he was in the attic he then smelled a gas leak which he was able to confirm and get fixed. So we were very happy with his service.

Monday, July 1, 2019

Posted the article How Can a Student Study Well and Have Time To Watch Anime.

I installed the backlit keyboard in my HP laptop this weekend. What a chore that was! I used my soldering iron to melt all the plastic rivets, carefully prying up the metal back plate as I went along until I could lift it enough to have access to the underside of the keyboard. I then had to melt more rivets so that I could pry up the keyboard. When I put the new backlit keyboard in I found that there were three notches which did not line up with the plastic pegs on the laptop. Argh!

The backside of the keyboard is metal so I couldn't just use scissors or a utility knife to cut out notches, and my tin snips don't offer the level of precision I would need, so the only option I could see was to cut off the plastic pegs that didn't align. There wasn't enough room to get even a small utility knife in there so I cut them with nail clippers and then filed them down the rest of the way with a metal nail file. Once I put the new keyboard in place I made some new notches with hot glue. I also used hot glue to recover all the plastic rivet tops I had melted away. I had tried spreading the plastic out with the soldering iron to make new heads but it just wasn't working.

I spent pretty much the entire day on this keyboard replacement and am happy that I got it done and it worked. This keyboard feels much nicer than the original and has a backlight so I can see what I'm doing even in low light. The whole process soured me on HP, though. They could have used screws or plastic clips but no, they designed it this way on purpose. Not cool, HP! I'll definitely think twice about purchasing an HP laptop in the future.

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