@s3bash: They bring the phones in by plane now, apparently.
@nighthawk454: I think Realms is only for the PC versions, right? The console versions require someone to be logged in.
@ProcrastinatingPhysicist: Will has wanted a Speedmaster for a very long time.
@Canbacon: Someone posted it to YouTube too.
@kim_a: 60s movie.
@will: Woops, the video is set to private... Again. ;-)
Weird, YouTube scheduling has failed again.
@Longshot: They're shipping in batches of 250 or so. As we said during the offer, we were using a print on demand service, so we didn't have a bunch of unused prints. Send me an email and I'll find out where you are in the queue. My address is on the homepage.
@cmspooner: In a certain sense, it's like having a camera on a coffee maker in another room. Mostly pointless, but it will save you from walking across the hall if there's no coffee. However, it also saves you from having to configure the finicky bits of the 3D printer software on multiple machines, or leave a "real" PC hooked up to the printer 24/7 in order to use it. That, plus the ability to check in on my prints and potentially cancel prints long-running prints that go sideways after I leave the office at night are both compelling.
@sambot: We're working on it. It's tricky because the platform on the Printrbot moves side to side, which means either we have to move the camera along with the bot, or mount a small camera on the platform. You can see an example here:
@Hiluxtaco: Probably not during, but maybe on Tuesday night.
@d.asher: It's just the current design 16-ounce thermal mug. http://www.amazon.com/Zojirushi-SM-KHE48AG-Stainless-Steel-16-Ounce/dp/B005PO9T44/
@jediknight00719: With hold-em, you get information in the form of bets/checks/raises. This doesn't have that subtlety, and the penalty for calling someone's lie, combined with the duke being crazy overpowered early on made it only ok. I liked it enough that I bought a copy, but my first impression is that I like The Resistance much better.
@saintnicster: This is a refreshing change.
@slackdiver20: I can only imagine. I enjoyed recreational diving, but I didn't like going deeper than 50 or 60 feet.
The one thing the divers I talked to at Johnson said that I hadn't considered is that the NASA tank gig is one of the few commercial diving jobs that lets you rack up 1000s of hours of dive time with mostly normal hours. Lots of those guys started diving on rigs off the coast, then got jobs at NASA when they got married and started a family and didn't want to live on oil rigs anymore.
@slackdiver20: NASA hires a bunch of commercial divers to work in the swimming pool where they practice spacewalking. You may not get to go to space, but you would likely get to wear actual spacesuits occasionally.
@TsunamiJuan: That's the first thing I did, but it still isn't as sticky as the metal on the Makerbot. I eventually found some good tape that worked though.