Start a new game and play through the included new episode, any (or all!) of the original episodes, or try out any custom Quake single player map that doesn't require another mod. Retry old favorites!
Here are links to download a handful of custom maps which have been found to be particularly fun with Copper, or to benefit especially from one of its features. (Thanks as always to spirit and Quaddicted for Quake archival.)
In this episode we talk to competitors who are also programmers. Or, programmers who also compete. Are coders pre-wired for this? Jon Skeet, David Fowler, Aaron Jensen and Danielle Banks share their stories.
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Where does the new Podcast APP on MacOS (NOT iOS) store the downloaded podcast files? I have moved my Music libraries to a larger external drive and Podcast keeps asking me for locations of the unwatched but downloaded files in my list. I always have to manually locate them, even after watching them partway (the "locate" button doesn't find them). I would love to just move my files to the right folder where Podcast can find them rather than re-downloading all the ones I haven't watched/listened to yet. I even let a new one download and did a file search on the episode name and nothing came up. The old iTunes podcast saved the episodes with the file names intact, I guess the Podcast app doesn't. Will I have to download all those unwatched files again?
I ended up re-downloading all unplayed episodes AFTER un-subscribing and re-subscribing to the podcast. The files are not movable currently for Podcast as they are for Music, which can be pointed through Settings>Advanced to another folder. No option currently exist for that in Podcast.
This dataset provides information on specific start- and end- dates for conflict activity and means of termination for each conflict episode. The data is available as a conflict-level dataset which corresponds with the UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflict Dataset v 21.1, and a dyad-level dataset which corresponds with the UCDP Dyadic Dataset v. 21.1.
A dataset containing all third party interventions in conflict dyads in Africa between 1993 and 2007. The dataset is compatible with the UCDP Dyadic Dataset v.1 2010 for the years 1993-2007. The dataset is highly disaggregated, the object of analysis being the dyad-third-party intervention event-day. For each third party intervention a substantial number of variables are collected. These include the identity and type (state, IGO, NGO etc.) of the interveners, the type and topic of intervention and the receiver of intervention (whether the target was the government, rebel(s) or both sides). Data is collected for all UCDP active years as well as for a three year period of inactivity after each conflict episode.
Yes, the developer plans to make this an episodic game. If you'd like to support Rayll's work in creating future episodes, you can make a donation before downloading the game.
Fears to Fathom is an extremely promising first episode. If supported by the gaming community, it could become a significant presence in the world of indie horror adventures. The gameplay is smooth and the atmosphere is suitably tense, so give it a try and support future episodes.
Resisting repeated attempts by special interests to privatize the services public employees provided to residents and businesses was the topic of discussion in this latest podcast episode. AFT Connecticut President Jan Hochadel was joined by local union leader Bill Garrity, RN, as co-host for a conversation aimed at debunking the mythical claims of outscoring schemes.
This first episode in a series on the topic of protecting educators' "freedom to teach" addressed current special interest-funded attempts to politicize U.S. history, civics and social studies. State federation president Jan Hochadel was joined by Connecticut Education Association (CEA) President Kate Dias and Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) Executive Director Fran Rabinowitz to lead the conversation.
The latest episode's topic of conversation centered on our state federation's commitment to lifting up paraeducators and school-related personnel - before, during and after the pandemic. Local union leader Shellye Davis joined AFT Connecticut President Jan Hochadel to co-host a timely discussion with the co-chair of the legislature's Education Committee.
Community-based efforts to restore labor and delivery services at a small, rural hospital eliminated by the health network that owns it were the focus for this latest podcast episode. AFT Connecticut President Jan Hochadel was joined by local union leader Sherri Dayton, RN, as co-host for a conversation with a long-time civil rights advocate and retired labor activist.
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