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comment When is a website too humanized/personal?
@deworde Indeed. Too often the target audience is the project owner's ego.
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awarded Yearling
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answered When is a website too humanized/personal?
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awarded Autobiographer
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awarded Supporter
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awarded Supporter
Jul
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comment Single continuous mesh vs disconnected parts
That's what I'm talking about - two separate pieces in the same object. If you wanted a sphere that had a cube sticking out of it - it's hard to model that region where they connect; but just sticking a cube into a sphere is trivial. Even if I don't want to 'access' them separately, it's just less work, and usually less polys.
Jul
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asked Single continuous mesh vs disconnected parts
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awarded Autobiographer
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Autobiographer
Apr
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comment Can we theoretically balance a perfectly symmetrical pencil on its one-atom tip?
By 'balance', you mean 'guarantee for an arbitrary span of time that the distribution of the pencil's atoms does not change in a way that affects its center of gravity'? No.
Apr
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awarded Autobiographer
Apr
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comment If magic is real, can it be true that rational scientific thought should exclude it?
Define "real". That will give you a good idea of whether science would be interested in it. Is it observable? Predictable? Measurable? If so, and if anyone is observing, predicting, and measuring it, then it is a science.
Apr
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comment How smartly implement scripting in game
@Byte56 I know this post is old, but how might you handle parent child relationships? Say we have a Skill tree and you need 10 points in skill A[0] to enable A[1], and 10 points in that to enable A[2], etc. Should I nest these, or flatten them and key on a ParentId? Obviously they're logically equivalent, but I hoped you had some real-world insight.
Apr
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awarded Autobiographer
Apr
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comment Is "thee" a more respectful way to refer to the person that the speaker is addressing?
It was more formal, but was not necessarily more respectful. As @Catija points out, it's simply no longer used except in highly-specific vernaculars.
Apr
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awarded Popular Question
Apr
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comment Is it ok to use arrows to indicate money movement in & out of an account?
No, it's never okay to use arrows to indicate money movement in & out of an account.
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awarded Critic
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