Virtual Console Wishlist for Wii?

Street fighter 2 turbo Splaterhouse super mario world super mario 64 DKC2 I want to see Perfect Dark, Super Mario RPG,3-D astro blaster,original NES metal gear.

1. Is it time to upgrade my PC?

I too switched from console to PC gaming and I would suggest A better graphics card and better cpu, however, the graphics card is the most important and should be changed first but understand that you PSU(power supply unit) needs to be able to support the better hardware. If you PSU is atleast 300W then I would suggest buying the Radeon HD 7750 until you can further enhance you gaming setup(the card can play most game on high/medium settings with 30-60 FPS. Otherwise you can upgrade the psu or buy a graphics card supported by the PSU. A lot, to digest, I know.

2. Vim editor: select word with AltReturn

Open a terminal or put yourself in insert mode in vim and then press Return and you will see why your binding has that effect.That should also explain to you why you can not bind or in console vim (you might be able to in gvim but I am not sure)

3. Mass Effect 3 console cheats?

It takes a large amount of skill to edit it and I strongly suggest against it and just play the game as it isc because as far as it goes the games pretty easy

4. Which Game Console to Buy??

the xbox 360 is good. you should get it if you want violent games. it has some really good games. some games it has is assassin's creed and oblivion and theres more. you could put music on it, and its live play is the best of all the systems. it also gives you free demos. the ps3 is not as good. it does not have games like the xbox 360. i think that if you want to get one get the 360. you wo not regret it. "BEST ANSWER?"

5. Need advice in buying a console?

if your a microsoft fanatic, get a xbox 360 not xbox because thats what everyone of my friends are into the online experience but i prefer a 133 usd ps2 and u can play all the good rpg and other online games out there. its your choice to decide now. there are adult games in ps2, like socom2 and socom3, grand turismo3 and others like ghost recon just as xbox 360.

6. what is the best video game console?

well it depends what you want to use it for, i mean i have ps3, wii, 360, and a half decent laptop too, i find i play though the ps3 but ill give you a few of the pros and cons too each in the hope it will help PS3. Pros: -Free online with an option to buy playstation plus to get some games free or cheaper -Built in blue ray (so no need for a blue ray player too) -More customisable for the user to set his/her preferences -There are games can be bought from the PS1 and PS2 so wide variety -controlers are much lighter in weight and are bluetooth and have a longer power supply (and no batteries are needed -you can store pictures -you can browse the web -any bluetooth headset may be used -the currency is in your countrys curency -good exclusives (uncharted crysis 2 (i think)) up to 7 controlers can be connected at once Cons: -costs a little more to buy and same with controlers -sometimes (not very often but sometimes) the online goes down for maintenence for about 6 hours -games must be installed to be used while signed in on the playstation network (which can sometimes take hours) -you can not fully customise an avatar (only on playstation home (but i dont like the idea of playstation home tbh)) -music can not be played in game -open partys with mulitple friends can not be held in game but on the dashbord it can *note i find the online to be exactly the same as the ps3 on games but youd have to find out for yourself what to believe* Xbox Pros: -controler feels more comfortable in adult hands -there are some good exclusives (halo gears of war etc) -The xbox live next to never goes down -the consol doesnt need to install games to stay online -the new consoles are silent (more or less) -it is kept well maintained -you can fully customise an avatar -music can be played in game -open partys with mulitple friends can be held in game Cons: -no web browsing -40 pounds a month to go online i dont know the usa price or anywhere else though -no internet browsing -not the same hd performance as the ps3 (but not many ps3 games are made to the higher quality due to the game designing companys being cheap) -no blueray capeabilitys -extreemly hard to find a compatable charger (unless using batteries) because they are so unique -no picture saving -uses microsoft points which can be more confusing than using a currency Wii Pros: - god for familys to play on birthdays etc -fun games for children -the movement of the wii remote gies a little more options and freedom -lots of exclusives (marrio party 8, monster hunter tri (a must get if you get a wii) etc) Cons: -not very popular online (on the games i play anyway) -poor graphics -wii remotes easily play up personally i prefer the ps3 but you make your own judgment, thanks for reading and i hope it helps :) P.s. sorry about the bad spelling :P

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OSX Sierra constantly logging to consoleThis is clearly by design and not at all abnormal to have tens of thousands of messages per hour now that Apple has transitioned from logging to text files in /private/var/log to using database and Apple's unified logging SDK/API going forward on all OS (macOS, iOS, watchOS, tvOS).I too miss the days of tailing a log file from the command line and being able to see what is happening (or keeping console app open) and have started the process of setting up saved searches so I can see the log information I care about in the console app. However, over 8 days uptime, logging similar volume of messages - the daemons responsible for logging have accumulated under 2 minutes of total CPU time. In practice, it's just not a measurable load on the system to be this chatty. Unless you have a specific issue with keychain or open directory, I would just filter those results from your view in console (or filter for just the messages you need to see). Once I was convinced there was not a performance issue (no leaks, RAM stable, CPU usage and filesystem usage extremely reasonable and efficient), here are links that helped me decide to stop (and perhaps rationalize) worrying about chatty logs and just start filtering what I needed:ASL is really a different beast entirely from syslog even though they ultimately do the same thing and we need to consume the output of both from time to time.3. XBOX 360>> BUT WHICH CONSOLE?There are 3 different 360 consoles: the Arcade, Pro (Premium), and Elite The Arcade comes with the base console, 256 MB memory card, wireless controller, and standard AV cables. The Pro has the console, wireless controller, 20 or 60 GB hard drive, a wired headset for Xbox Live, and standard/ HD cables. The Elite is the console, 120 GB hard drive, wireless controller, HD cables, and headset. It's also black. The difference between the Pro and Elite is the bigger hard drive which can be purchased separately and added to any of the 3 consoles. Most people own the Pro and it's the best deal in my opinion.4. If someone makes a profile on my console can they use my sub on their console too?No, they can not access your account or membership from their console unless you log into their console.PlayStation Plus is only applied to a console when an account that has a subscription is logged onto the console. In order for all accounts on the console to benefit from the PlayStation Plus membership, the account with the subscription must activate that console as their Primary PS4. Here is the online manual page for activating a Primary PS45. Which console should I get?This may not tickle your fancy, but i've got a big suggestion for you: Go back to the classics, you could easily pick up a super nintendo/n64 on kijiji for a very low price, and the games sell for about 5$ a piece nowadays. The classic games are where it's at, in my opinion atleast. Xbox360/ps3 games revolve around the online play. Everyone seems to buy these consoles simply to play online games, and the storyline of games seem to be going down hill. Personally I feel a lot more satisfied beating an old zelda game, or a SNES game. Since there is no online play on these consoles, games were made only for the storyline of the game which makes them usually much more in depth and magical feeling. Edit: Upon reading posts, i've realised how pointless your question is because the answer is simple: People who own a ps3 will preach for it and say xbox sucks, go with ps3. People with Xbox360s will go the opposite way. Go with the one that more of your friends play if you are looking for online play. As for the guy ragging on the Wii, he's right about it having bad graphics but graphics mean basically nothing if you truly enjoy games. 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Ideas for Creating an Attractive Foyer Area with Console Tables
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Stress Testing the Switch: Challenging Misinformation About Charging Nintendos Latest Console, Part
Edit: Part 2 is now up and can be found here! Despite it being “Part 2,” it’s actually better to read it first if you’re new.So how much charger do I need to charge the Switch?Short answer: Probably8.75 watts. For assured minimum viable charging performance, you’ll want at least a USB Type C (“USB-C”) charger (battery pack, AC adapter, car charger), or even better, a USB-C charger with USB-Power Delivery (“USB-PD”).Long Answer: Probably 8.75 watts under the most demanding of conditions currently available at launch. This means that the majority of the best available USB Type A (“USB-A”) chargers rated at 10 watts (5V 2.1-2.4A) still end up falling beneath this point, as part of the USB-A limitation is that the Switch will almost always only request 7.5 watts (1.5A) using USB-A (more on this in the upcoming part two of this article). In other words, a USB-A charger sits right at the point where the Switch may (1) lose charge with maxed-out settings, (2) hold its charge with dialed-back brightness, and also (3) slowly charge with yet more conservative settings. Only USB-C and USB-PD chargers offer a more certain guarantee for charging the Switch under intense gaming.Why so many different possibilities? And why does this run contrary to much of the charging advice already out there on the Switch?Well, this is actually a more complicated question than you’d expect, because the Switch’s power consumption when portable depends on a lot of factors — some that you’d expect like brightness, and others that complicate an otherwise straightforward answer.Let’s first take a look at the known factors that affect the Switch’s mobile power consumption:Screen brightness (auto brightness affects the min/max of the brightness setting, so leave it off for testing!)Volume (and whether the Switch is using speakers or headphones)Wifi/Bluetooth on (Airplane mode)Whether Joycons are attached and are discharged (the Switch appears to charge drained Joycons up to 50% battery when mobile and AnandTech found that drained Joycons increase charging demands.The CPU/GPU demands of the game being playedOn point 5, unsurprisingly, Breath of the Wild represents the most demanding launch title and is the current “best” worst-case scenario test— but it turns out that the power draw for BOTW varies, and is quite dependent on the complexity of the scene (more on this in a bit).So our ideal stress test setup should have full brightness with auto-brightness disabled, the highest volume setting, Wifi and Bluetooth on, with drained Joycons, running on BOTW in a location with the highest rendering demands. A charging setup that can successfully charge the Switch under these conditions, ought to be able to handle anything.For the purposes of my testing, I was able to get pretty close, but I removed the charging of Joycons as a factor (keeping yet another device at low charge reduced repeatability). For my BOTW location, I chose none other than the infamous Korok Forest. And as far as volume goes, the way I have my timelapse set up actually reduces volume (with the quick menu’s power and time shown). However, even with these caveats, the differences between the three “categories” of charging solutions are well illustrated in this test.Presenting… The Korok Forest Nintendo Switch Charging Stress TestIn the above timelapse comparison video, I first have a control test to show the Switch’s power draw in Korok Forest without any charging. Next, I have three timelapses using the three major categories of Switch chargers:USB Type A (5V 2.4A), using the Anker 60W PowerPort 6USB Type C (5V 3A), using the Google Nexus 6P USB-C chargerUSB “Power Delivery” or USB-PD, using the Google Pixel XL 9V chargerNote in the video that I’ve got an inline voltage/current meter indicating the actual/measured power drawn by the Switch. The relevance of the measured power is only touched upon here, and it will be the topic of a more thorough discussion in part two to this article.Without any charging, the Switch is losing close to a percent a minute (and under this test, one could actually expect 2:20 play time). Charging out of a 5V 2.4A USB-A is actually shown to slowly lose charge in the most demanding of circumstances, with a 3% battery loss over 31 minutes. The USB-C (5V 3A) fares better, getting positive charging over the 31 minutes, though slowly — gaining 4% in that period. The runaway clear winner here was USB-PD, bringing the Switch’s battery up by 17% over 25 minutes of charging (I got bored waiting), which when normalized to 31 minutes like the others, yields 21% charge.Given the fortuitous symmetry of the results, we can take a stab at figuring out the maximum power consumption of the Switch under the Korok Forest Stress Test — as it would stand to reason that the input power that allowed the Switch to maintain the same battery level would be this maximum power consumption. Assuming this is roughly the midpoint between the USB-A 7.5 watts (-0.10 %/min) and the USB-C 10 watts (0.13 %/min), we can conclude that the Switch’s most demanding power consumption is 8.75 watts.Interestingly, the conclusions of this approach appear to be consistent with AnandTech’s own findings on power consumption, though merely from measuring inline power draw at 100% battery in their case:Meanwhile cranking up the brightness to maximum increases the power consumption to 8.9W, or about 25%. In practical terms this means that going brighter definitely has an impact on the Switch’s battery life… Otherwise, keep in mind the 8.9W number. This is (roughly) the maximum power draw for gaming on the console when it’s undocked.Now to address the elephant in the room: Are you sure a USB-A charger loses charge? Why doesn’t that match my experience/Digital Foundry/etc.?If you search for threads and comments about third-party chargers on /r/NintendoSwitch, you’ll see redditors sharing their positive experiences with many USB-A chargers, Digital Trends noted, “we didn’t find any noticeable difference in charging efficiency between USB-A to USB-C and USB-C to USB-C,” and even very well-respected technical gaming publications like Digital Foundry make these same (technically incorrect) observations:Firstly, you don’t need a USB-C port on the external battery itself to make this work. A regular USB port with 2.1 amps output minimum will do the job, though much less is likely to not charge as the Switch as fast as it depletes. … Even in intensive areas, they supply enough power to run the game, and gradually top up the battery. Provided you’re running from a minimum of a 2.1A USB port as mentioned, there’s enough throughput to achieve this, though expect the charge to be very slow while playing.For me, the key revelation around reconciling this was recognizing that where you were in BOTW mattered just as much as making sure that brightness was maxed out. And this could be the difference between your battery draining, holding the line, or charging. And I suspect it’s this variation (as well other possible factors like auto-brightness) that has led to quite a bit of confusion with how sufficient USB-A is for charging the Switch. Digital Foundry even hints to this as well in their article:That said, this is proportionate to rendering load; Switch’s battery percentage rises faster in Zelda’s less demanding interior areas for example, like shrines. So yes, all power banks here not only keep the hardware juiced, but there’s a surplus of power that means they recharge the console while playing.…but it seems their testing scenario was not really the most challenging BOTW had to offer, thus throwing off their conclusions. I mention this not to pick on anyone sharing their battery experiences or to disparage Digital Foundry (which I think is one of the best technical gaming publications around), but to point out and explain how these previous findings are flawed.Some of my earliest timelapse testing with BOTW was around identifying that different areas of BOTW had different rendering demands, and yielded different charging results. For example, when I tested a 5V 2.4A charger at the Cape Cales/Muwo Jeem Shrine, a fairly non-demanding setting — the Switch primary battery held the line at 41% for over 20 minutes. But, when I tried Lakeside Stable (prior to my discovering Korok Forest), the result was a 1% drop in the Switch battery every 11 minutes — unsurprising given the significant rain, lightning, particle effects, and transparency/fog there.Also, looking at the power draw of the Switch when docked (as measured from the wall) gives us good insight into the variation of the power draw in different scenarios in BOTW. In informal testing, I was seeing as much as a 3 watt swing between the extremes of the most and least challenging areas in BOTW. For a USB-A 5V 2.4A charger that maxes out at supplying 7.5 watts, a 1–3 watt variation between BOTW locations could be enough to tip the balance between a slow Switch discharge and a slow Switch charge.It seems clear to me that for consumers interested in a future-proofing purchase, a charger with USB-PD is the clear winner, with a USB-C charger as a reasonable, more inexpensive runner-up. USB-A chargers are often good enough, especially if you already have one, but I wouldn’t spend new money on a new USB-A charger when there are plenty of USB-C options out there.However, using Korok Forest as a stress test is just that — a worst-case scenario stress test. At the end of the day, there is no “typical” way to play BOTW, and each player will likely run through a mix of both demanding and less demanding environs in BOTW. And so for most people, the 7.5 watt output of a USB-A charger may probably enough for them to get by — as even when it drops charge, the rate of decrease is much, much slower than if the Switch were running off its own power.If the above discussion left you still confused by all the charger choices out there and which charging combination is the right for you, don’t worry. It is confusing. In part two of this article, I’ll take a stab at (hopefully) clarifying this a bit. Until then, happy gaming!As an epilogue, it will be interesting to see if these findings will be refined over time. For all of its graphical splendor, many have nonetheless concluded that BOTW is not well-optimized for the Switch. Perhaps a better AAA title will come out in a year or two that pushes the Switch’s Tegra X1 even closer to the edge and increases the power draw further. There have also been rumors about future support for gameplay video recording and possibly live streaming — something that may add additional power overhead to already demanding titles like BOTW.BTW— if I got something wrong or there’s a flaw in my testing procedure, definitely drop a comment! 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Why Should I Change From Console to a Pc Gaming Computer ?
why should i change from console to a pc gaming computer ?in my opinion, i have not in any respect had the fashion of pc that could want to deal with the fashion of pastime performed on the console. besides to that, console gaming is the way it began. I were given my Nintendo, then the great, then the sixty 4, and then the Xbox and Gamecube. there is something cool about the custom of recent console wars, and a gadget that is designed extremely for video games. i like consoles— — — — — —Value of Xbox 360 console?Well are not you are smart little boy— — — — — —Console ConnectConsole Connect Inc. is a leading global Software Defined Interconnection platform that enables customers to privately interconnect data centres, clouds, SaaS applications and other businesses on-demand across 300 data centers and 40 countries. It is one of the first global platforms to fully automate switching and routing for seamless interconnection. Customers can spin up and flex connections via an easy to use portal across PCCW Global's MPLS network and benefit from high-speed performance and assured quality of service. HistoryThe company was a venture-backed startup, and claims to have raised $65 Million in venture capital as of the end of 2015. Founded as IIX Corp., in May 2016, IIX changed its name to Console Connect Inc. It went by both Console and IIX in various marketing and advertisements. In October 2017, it sold its global network business to IX Reach (comprising all customers and global network and physical assets), and its software intellectual property and development team were sold in November 2017 to PCCW Global. By October 2018, Console Connect reaches all major IaaS providers including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Alibaba Cloud and Tencent Cloud.— — — — — —Easy 10 POINtS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!?Well the console should be worth around $170 plus the games I reckon its worth around $340. This is considering the games are quite old so most would only be worth $23 (this is based on prices in england) Hope this helps :)— — — — — —PS3 OR XBOX 360 CONSOLE?actuallly jake is wrong ps3 consoles dont break down as much as 360's , they get overheated quite easily and also get the RROD after some time, ps3's have a better cooling fan which stops it from overheating. but i suppose you should get the console which has the games you want to play more, as that would be mine. i have a ps3 because of metal gear solid, resistance, heavy rain, killzone, gran tarismo, and more games (all of them exclusive to ps3) and because you can also play games in FULL HD on ps3's which is useful if you have a 1080p tv. you cant do that on 360, also you cant watch blu-ray movies. online is free on ps3, 40 a year on 360. also ps3 has the higher memory at the momenrt with 160GB beating the 360 elite with the 120GB drive. and is a quieter system than the 360 in my opinion, specially as the 'arcade' 360 is so loud i can hear it in my brothers room if our bedroom doors are open, and il be playin my ps3 aswell. and aswell ps3 bluray discs dont scratch as easy as the xbox discs which are a normal scratch-easily disc. i could go on all day with why ps3 is better like saying it has bbc i-player on the main menu, ps home, internet browser, download ps1 games (xbox doesnt have any of those) my opinion. .. there isnt any competition PS3 is the better console— — — — — —What is a Console?A console may refer to any of the following: 1. Alternatively referred to as a computer console, root console, system console, or terminal. Console is a basic computer or monitor and keyboard that is connected to another computer, server, or a mainframe over a network. It is used to maintain or monitor the status of the network or computer. 2. A game console, video game console, or console is a describes a gaming box or device that is primarily designed to play games that connects to a TV. For example, the Famicom, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, Wii, and Wii U are all examples of consoles. The first video game console, called the Magnavox Odyssey, was developed by Ralph H. Baer and his team at Sanders Associates and released by Magnavox in September 1972. 3. In games and some programs, the console is a feature that allows advanced users or developers access to special features and an area to issue commands. If available, the console is usually accessed by pressing the tilde key while the game or program is running.
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Whitney Miller moved from a small apartment to a single-family home in Alexandria about a year and a half ago and inherited some traditional pieces from family members, including a baby grand piano. She wants to keep those older pieces but update the look of her 13-by-20-foot living and dining area to reflect her more modern tastes. She needs help blending the two styles.Designer Charles Almonte saves money by reupholstering the existing furniture with fun, modern prints, leaving room in the budget to splurge on transitional and modern accent pieces to update the space.Go for a light neutral paint with pink undertones to brighten the space. Try Savory Cream by Benjamin Moore. Add a modern touch with a sculptural console table with sleek accent lamps and a contemporary bowl. Choose a chandelier in a transitional style to help blend the antiques with the more modern pieces in the room. Use similar patterns in the two rooms to unify the space. When reupholstering the tub chairs, remove the tufting detail and hide the legs to give them a more contemporary look. A mix of old and new pieces can make a space more interesting and give it life, so embrace antiques, such as the love seat.SPLURGE: Gramercy crazy dot rug in pink ($1,400 for 8-by-10-foot rug,, left. SAVE: Hilda Sonja rug in gray and light pink ($665 for 7½ -by-9½ -foot rug, Olympia console in wood ($3,299,, left. SAVE: Architectural console table in gray ($799, Furniture: Tanner round coffee table in bronze finish ($449, Accessories: Antique bronze five-light, ­22-inch chandelier ($115,; Surya black table lamp ($296,; Sunset Street luxe rose bowl ($180,; dichroic burgundy bowl ($360,; Homestead soft gray Meredith chevron 7½ -by-9½ -foot area rug ($788,; Athens curtain panels in gray ($60 for set of two, Materials: Indoor/outdoor zigzag gray fabric for dining chairs ($9 a yard,; slate-gray upholstery chenille fabric for tub chairs ($18 a yard, More fromHouse Calls: Follow us on Pinterest. See answers to frequently asked questions about House Calls here Tell us about your own design challenge here See past room makeovers by local designers here
The Pathetic Syllogism and How to Console People in Grief
Imagine that a close friend of yours has experienced the loss of a loved one. Understandably, she is in grief. But this has been going on for a while now, and she risks not being able to get back to a normal, functional existence. How do you console her?Turns out, the answer depends on whether she is a practitioner of Stoic philosophy or not. And a strategy for each case was laid out more than two millennia ago by the second and third leaders of the Stoa: respectively, Cleanthes and Chrysippus.In his Tusculan Disputations (III.76), Cicero summarizes the two methods. We learn that Cleanthes approach relies on reminding the person who is grieving that death is a natural thing, and not really an evil, since the only true evils are our own bad judgments (and the only true goods are our own good judgments). As Cicero puts it, the intention is to teach the sufferer that what happened is not an evil at all.Obviously, this is going to have track with someone who has adopted Stoicism as their philosophy of life, but not with someone who hasnt. Indeed, I would highly recommend not to use Cleanthes method with a non-Stoic. You would come across as callous and insensitive, and your friend may begin to distance herself from you.But Cicero also tells us about Chrysippus method: to get rid of the persons belief that mourning is something he ought to do, something just and appropriate. For instance, Seneca, in his letter of consolation to Marcia, says that her grief over the death of one of her sons is understandable, but it has gone on for quite some time, and now she has began to neglect her other offspring, her husband, her friends, and her social duties. It is, then, time to set the grief aside and rejoin the world, for the sake of others, if not for her own.As it happens, the two methods are based on the two ways to challenge what Margaret Graver, author of Stoicism and Emotion, calls the pathetic syllogism. I love the term, but lets make clear what we are talking about.A syllogism, of course, is a type of deductive reasoning of the form:P1: X is YP2: Y is ZC: Therefore, X is ZWhere P1 is the first premise, P2 the second premise, and C the conclusion.For instance:P1: Spiderman is a manP2: Men are mortalC: Therefore Spiderman is mortalAs for the word pathetic, in this context it doesnt have the modern English meaning of miserably inadequate; of very low standard, but is instead rooted in the Greek word apatheia, meaning lack of passions. The passions (path) are the negative emotions, such as fear, anger, and hatred. As distinct from the positive emotions (eupatheiai), like joy, love, or a sense of justice.So the pathetic syllogism is a particular piece of deductive reasoning having to do with the negative emotions. It goes like this:P1: Thing T is evilP2: If an evil is present it is appropriate for me to feel distressP3: I am now confronting an instance of thing TC: It is appropriate for me to feel distressFor instance, in the case of our hypothetical grieving friend:P1: The death of a loved one is an evilP2: If an evil is present it is appropriate for me to feel distress, e.g., griefP3: A loved one has diedC: It is appropriate for me to feel griefWe can now see that Cleanthes strategy to deal with grief attacks Premise 1 of the pathetic syllogism, denying that the death of a loved one is an evil (though it is certainly dispreferred, in Stoic terminology).By contrast, Chrysippus strategy attacks Premise 2 of the pathetic syllogism, denying that it is appropriate (in this particular moment, at least) to feel grief at the death of a loved one.(Premise 3 is just a fact: a loved one has died, so it cannot be challenged, unless it turns out that the person in question did not, in fact, die!)Its also obvious why Cleanthes approach should be deployed only with people who practice Stoicism, while Chrysippus line of attack can be followed in any case, with both Stoics and non-Stoics, but especially the latter ones. As Graver puts it, in Chapter 9 of her book: The Chrysippan method of consolation enables a Stoic philosopher to assist people who are not ready to accept his position on the value of externals. For Chrysippus it is the duty of the philosophical therapist to alleviate the emotional ills of all people, including those who adhere to the Peripatetic view that there are three classes of goods (goods of the body and of estate as well as of the soul), or to the Epicurean view that pleasure is the good. It is therefore very helpful, says Chrysippus, if one can proceed in a way that avoids confrontation with their evaluative beliefs.And here is the Master himself, from one of the few fragments we have of his now lost writings:For even if it should be that there are three classes of goods, even so one should work to cure the emotions. But during the critical period of the inflammation one should not waste ones efforts over the belief that preoccupies the person stirred by emotion, lest we ruin the cure which is opportune by lingering at the wrong moment over the refutation of the beliefs which preoccupy the mind. And even if pleasure is the good and this is the view of the person who is overcome by the emotion, one should nonetheless assist him and demonstrate that every emotion is inconsistent, even for those who assume that pleasure is the good and is the goal. (Origen, Against Celsus 8.51, from Chrysippus, On Emotions, book 4)I love this passage because not only it refers to a method of consolation that has the potential to work independently of the individuals philosophical commitments. It also reminds us that the Stoics care more about alleviating suffering than about purity of doctrine·RELATED QUESTIONhelp!!! my new guinea pig!!!!?your guinea pig is popcorning its a sign of happiness!
What Happened to Your Stereo Console?
Gosh, that's a good question. When I was first married in 1970, that was the first thing we bought together. And we liked it so much that we got another one for my folks for Christmas. Basically it was just a great big record player. I do not know what happened to mine, it may have gone to my husband when we were divorced seven years later. My mom and dad still had theirs somewhere in their house when they died. I imagine my brother, who got the house (a long, long story) got rid of it.1. What is a banned gaming console?A console that had been 'modified', to run programs that the manufacturers did not intend to be used on that particular console.For instance, Microsoft's original "X Box" console, was 'chip modded', which allowed X Box owners, to run programs, that were illegally copied, on their consoles. A lot of people also claimed the 'mod', allowed the console to run software from 'other regions', in effect, you could run programs from other countries, on your american X Box. Microsoft, took a very dim view of this practice of altering the X Box, and they took serious steps to stop the practice. Every console that was connected to the 'X Box' Live network, was scanned, and if it was determined that the console contained a mod chip, that console was banned. A couple of million X Box consoles wound up on 'Craigslist', and 'ebay', in the days that followed.2. Add a console to Stack SnippetsI bring news (and hope) from the inaugural meta.SE Community Town Hall chat event.Here's a partial transcript:Haney posted a comment on the town hall chat proposal:3. 2018 shift console ford escapeApparently it's just for show. I just took my 2018 back to the dealer and they said that the gear shift lights do not light up at night because everything is on the dash.4. Which Xbox one console is best?The xbox on x. The newest version is always the best as par as hardware goes5. Log console on remotelyFirst, log in as that user via Remote Desktop. You may disconnect, but the session must remain logged in.Then log in as yourself (over a second connection if needed), or use psexec to run the command below remotely if the firewall allows "file sharing" connections to the XP machine. Now run If you get "Permission denied" or related errors, or if you cannot give the password on the command line, use psexec -s to gain SeTcbPrivilege:Note: You might be required to use psexec, in fact. I had forgotten that XP only allows a single active connection by default6. Video & Online Gaming: Microsoft's Xbox One Vs Sony's PlayStation 4: Does 1080p or 60FPS Truly Matter?You can not see a graphical difference unless your sitting about a foot away from a 80' tv and even then its minimal. And to these "hardcore" pc gamers i do not have 3k to drop on a gaming pc so it isnt at all fair even comparing console and pc in this way7. Are there console controllers with accessibility in mind?There are some, but very few depending on what condition the user has. Really, there are no options if the user cant use their fingers.Are there console controllers with accessibility in mind?.8. Which is the best console?Definitely the wii, sure the system itself is kinda sucky, but that is no excuse to miss out on the best exclusives out there including: Mario Kart Wii, Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess & Skyward Sword, Super Smash Bros Brawl, New Super Mario Bros Wii, and countless others, you can not go wrong with the Wii! Also, the Wii U is at least 10 times better than all others systems, it has the Nintendo exclusives (like the wii) such as ZombiU, Scribblenauts, and New Super Mario Bros U, with the console quality gamers today expect such as a great online network, inovation (the gamepad obviously) and a great core controller (called the pro controller) You can not go wrong with Nintendo!9. closeTab on Save in Console; redirect not in consoleIf you just want a Boolean property to tell you if you are in the console, consider using an actionFunction or some similar mechanism to propagate that data from the client.MarkupController
Where I Can Buy a Stylish and Durable Console Table for Home Decor?
from Eleganc you can easily buy console table for home decor1. Cheapest place to buy Tobias Console Table?002. What is your favorite arcade style console or table video game from the 1980's?Dig Dug = best arcade game ever3. How I Built a $2100 RH Inspired Console Table for Free | ORC Week No. 6See how old reclaimed wood boards were used to construct a primitive style entryway table inspired by a very pricey Restoration Hardware version. It can be made more contemporary just by using smooth sanded boards from the hardware store over more rustic ones. While I was limited to the width of the boards I had, you can make your own console table as wide or narrow as you would like. The top could be made wider than the legs if that is a look you would prefer. The table could be stained, painted or left bare wood as I have done. HOW TO BUILD AN EASY ENTRWAY CONSOLE TABLE Wood screws - the length should be 1 1/2 times longer than the thickness of your boards Wood in your choice of type, width, and thickness , week six of the One Room Challenge is all about building furniture. (And in case you are confused about what happened to week five, the ORC was cancelled last week. So you did not miss anything!)As many of your might be, I am a huge fan of Restoration Hardware. They have some beautiful pieces of furniture and unique designs, but that comes at a hefty price. As much as I love the look, I can not think of anything I've ever found that I would be willing to pay what they are asking to have.While putting together plans for my entryway and sourcing different console table choices, I found thethat was primitively constructed from just three boards and really loved the rustic look. But at $2150, it was way out of my budget and also too large for my space.Since I figured out, I decided this table was something I could totally handle constructing for my entry. I even has some thick "reclaimed" boards lying around that would be perfect.When I was a little kid, my dad made a sandbox for me in the backyard. Then when I got older, the sandbox was used as a raised flower bed. But age and weather began to take it's toll and the sandbox was deconstructed. One board was beyond saving, but I put the other three boards in the shed for a "future project." Being outside for probably 30 years gave the boards a nice worn, reclaimed wood look, especially where they were buried underground making them just what I needed for this project.This really is an easy style console table to build and can be customized according to your style and preferences.The boards were sanded, not so much to remove the weather and wear that I, but just enough to clean up the boards and take off the remnants of the paint that remained on the them.I cut my three boards to length using. I actually made this table pretty high at 35 inches, but you could choose any height that you want. The top board was cut to be 40 inches long so that it could be centered where the mirror will hang (in line with the light fixture).My original design plans were to useto attach the top to the sides. Easy. They form an L shape, you add two screws into the top and two screws into the side, and Home Depot (online) had some that came in black to stick with my style of the room. But the effects of the last few months reared their ugly head again, and this simple hardware store purchase was going to be backordered until the end of June.I needed to get this table done, so plan number two involved me cutting 1 1/2 inch wide strips from my leftover scraps to create my own brackets.I laid all of my pieces out on the floor making sure that the most rustic parts of the boards were most visible.Then using wood glue and 2 1/4 inch wood screws, I attached everything together. First, I applied wood glue to the two sides of the brackets that would be held against the table's top and sides.Before drilling the screws into the wood, I drilled pilot holes for the screws to go into. Because of the condition of the wood, these thin pieces were a bit fragile and the screw would have torn the wood apart without the predrilled holes. Predrilling makes the job easier overall getting the screws into the board.Then I screwed the brackets onto both sides of the upright "legs" of the table. With everything laid upside down on the floor, I then screwed the brackets into the underside of the tabletop.I wanted to keep the wood the natural, reclaimed finish so I've done nothing else with it. You may want to paint or stain the wood, or seal it with a clear polyurethane or wax finish.In my eyes, this handmade entry table is 100x better than that pricey Restoration Hardware version, both because it was custom fit for my space and because it was constructed of the wood from my childhood sandbox made by my dad. It's fun to see meaningful things getting a second (or third) life to still recall all the original memories.Cut your boards to the length and height that you desire. The average console table is 30 inches tall, but can range from 28 to 32 inches. (Or higher if you prefer!) Remember you will have to subtract the width of the top board from your desired height to find the length of your table legs. Cutting your boards is most easily done using a miter saw, but could also be done with a jig saw or hand saw. Or your local hardware store may cut them to length for you if you ask.Sand any rough cut edges on your boards.Measure the location for your corner braces. Two braces should be used on each inside side of your table. Mark the holes and drill pilot holes for the screw width you are using.Using a screwdriver tip on your drill (or by hand with a screwdriver), twist the screws into your predrilled holes in the sides of your table.Put your console tabletop on the floor, top side down. Again, measure for the location of your brackets and predrill the holes.Apply a layer of wood glue to the top edge of your console table leg. Set it in place and screw the brackets into the boards using your predrilled holes.Paint or stain your table according to your desired look.Links are shared through midnight Sunday.
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