Jason Butcher was on WABE’s City Cafe to explain his sound art / music / audio work. He’ll be playing Invent Room Pop on Friday at Beep Beep along with Robert Cheatham, TJ Blake, Jenny Tucker, Curtis Stephens, and Kate King.
"Can anyone recommend some good video games for xbox 360?"
Yo that fucking Banjo Kazooie game was pretty rad and funny as hell
DEADLY PREMONITION - Its a little archaic and combat is zero fun, but it honestly has one of the best stories told in gaming. Play it on easy so the enemies have less health and you get to the good stuff faster.
Alice Madness Returns - Gorgeous and mildly creepy platformer
Bayonetta and Vanquish are two of the best action games this generation.
Did Red Faction Guerrilla come to the 360? You should probably get that if it did.
Do you have Xbox Live? You NEED Super Meat Boy off of Xbox Live Arcade. Bastion and From Dust were also just released on XBLA and while I havent played either, they are supposed to be super good. Shank, Limbo and the Splosion Man games are also worth your time.
Did you ever play Batman Arkham Asylum? You should play batman Arkham Asylum.
Call of Juarez 1 and Bound In Blood are two fun FPS games set in the wild west. AVOID CoJ: The Cartel. Its shit.
I haven’t played Bulletstorm yet, but its supposed to be an alright game.
Viva Pinata. I know it looks like its for kids, but thats a goodass game son.
Prince of Persia 2008 (its the one thats just called Prince of Persia). Super pretty and relaxing.
BEEN NEEDING THIS SONG ON MY DASH SINCE LAST NIGHT
Capn Murricah was good fun, and totally worth seeing. For the most part I loved a lot of the visuals and liked that it stayed cartoonishly comic booky in a good way for the most part. The three sore points were the origin of the villain being told in really weird sepia-tinted flashbacks. Visually, that just did not work for me at all, and it was unintentionally hilarious seeing ten Schmidt heads all at once. Some of the accents were pretty bad as well. The last one, which I don’t even know if its a proper sore point or not, was how Cap defeated the Red Skull. I don’t want to spoil it, but I was unsure if I was going completely insane or not during it. Jesus christ.
Also some of the editing near the end is a lil sloppy and weird. Don’t know what was up with that.
“We have to select one universe while changing the univerese in any one query .if we do universe will change in that query only. Another query has same universe as it before.”—This is like some zen shit
I feel like SAP Business One was designed with the sole intent of being as user unfriendly and impossible to understand as possible
I have a list of clients that Im going to make the exact same change to. I know there has to be some way to just edit them all at the same time or set them up in a list and let a process make the change instead of me slowly going one by one. Its just not efficient and the method of going to each client and changing the data is so clunky I can’t find a groove to get into.
My attempts to find an answer just confound me. Look at this response to a user question that /might/ have something to do with what Im looking for I don’t really know?:
"If i understand correctly, both your queries are based on the same Universe, today in a multi-DP webi document changing one of the universe changes all queries using the same universe in the same document. which version of WebI are you using?"
This sounds like the ramblings of a mad crazy person to me.
“You can use LSMW. The program to use via the LSMW is RMDATIND. It will then give you the mapping fields for the various material views you wish to set up (eg. MRP, Purchasing, etc.). Your Excel file can then be mapped field for field. Convert your Excel file to tab space txt file with the filed name on the top line and you can import it directly. Remember numeric data must be text, not numeric.”—Jesus christ what is this