The slogan for Mario Kart 7 should be “lol you’ll never win”.
8X-060 Ex-LB&SCR AIX 0-6-0T ‘Terrier’ No. 55 Stepney at Sheffield Park by Hectate1 on Flickr.
Two Green Tank Engines by Gerry Balding on Flickr.
On the right visiting Great Northern Railway N2 0-6-2T No. 1744 enters Yaxham Station with a train from Wymondham to Dereham. On the left is the narrow gauge Yaxham Light Railway. Bagnall saddle tank “Kidbrooke” waits to leave the lower end of the line with a “Driver for a Fiver” trip.
I love narrow and standard gauge running side by side.
Spacecat Studios! - Welcome Traveler -
Finally my new updated website is live! If you see any bugs, please let me know!
Special thanks to Adreos for the code base and help! Seriously he outtah make a business out of this, it’s awesome!
There’s still a few things needed to code into it, like a script to autoshow new art and a script so you can submit a commission form, but for now it’s up :D
the Space-madness domain I’m just goanna let expire, so horray spacecat studios!
Nothing like playing this in a dark room late at night.
So it may be easy for some to make fun of these two for not knowing what’s now a common piece of trivia, but I just find it enjoyable to see people discover something new that gets them excited and interested.
It’s not even fucking October…
Fairchild Channel F - 1976
Designed by Jerry Lawson, the Channel F was the first programmable game console to feature interchangeable cartridges.
The first game console, Ralph Baer’s Magnavox Odyssey, also featured cartridge. This confused me when I was a kid reading about this in history books, which would mention Odyssey having cartridges, yet also describe Channel F as the first sysstm to feature cartridges.
Now I understand that Odyssey’s cartridges didn’t contain actual programming code, instead they just altered the behavior of the console itself to adapt it to which game was being played using the screen overlays.
Lode Star Sunlight by Ravensthorpe on Flickr.
I know this is a museum but the lighting makes this look like an awesome showroom where you can just come and buy steam locomotives.
Random photo I took in my favorite place I’ve yet been to myself.
Still convinced there’s a window to one or several other worlds hidden somewhere in this neighborhood.
I’m really fascinated by the notion of a campus that could support a Dr. Who club.
My campus can barely hold a club on an EXTREMELY general subject like poetry together.
Here’s a random photo I took in the city some time a while ago.