Heisenberg and Schrodinger are driving down the highway. Suddenly, they see police lights in the rearview mirror. After pulling over to the side of the road, two policeman walk up to their car.
“Do you have any idea how fast you were going?” asks one officer.
“No,” says Heisenberg. “But I know precisely where I am.”
The policeman glares at him. “You were going 90 miles an hour, smartass.”
“Damn! Now I’m lost,” says Heisenberg, pulling out a map as Schrodinger starts to laugh.
The officer grows irate.
“Get out of the vehicle !” he yells, and begins searching the car while his partner pats down the two physicists.
After a thorough search of the vehicle, the officer returns to glower at the two scientists, now handcuffed and sitting on the curb.
“Did you guys know you had a dead cat in your trunk?”
Schrodinger sighs and rolls his eyes.
“We do now, idiot.”
The Unity Asset Server is a fantastic tool for version control and collaborating with a group of people on a project in Unity3D. Our customers at ReactionGrid Inc. primarily use Windows servers, and some of them are running their own Unity Asset Servers to facilitate working together on Jibe projects.
I recently learned of a bug that might affect folks running their own Unity Asset Server on Windows. Fortunately it’s not serious at all (just annoying as heck), and the fix is incredibly easy and permanent.
Are you running the Unity Asset Server on a Windows machine?
Has it suddenly stopped working, refusing to start no matter what you do?
Do you immediately see the following popup error when using the Unity Asset Server Control Panel?
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To say that I am excited about this upcoming conference would be a gross understatement.
Check out their website for details. And if you’d like to help the organizers bootstrap even more cool events for the conference (as well as receive some most excellent rewards for yourself), check out their Kickstarter campaign.
Here’s a summary:
NecronomiCon Providence is a many-faceted convention exploring the works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft and fellow writers of Weird Tales, past and present.
Our theme is The Rational and the Supernatural – an exploration of the intersection of science and art that lays at the foundation of the “Cthulhu Mythos” genre.
We seek to pay proper homage to The Old Gentleman of Providence and his literary offspring, including numerous activities to highlight the town HPL loved and called home – PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island.
Subjects to be explored over a three-day event:
- Literature – Horror, Sci-Fi, Mythology, Weird Tales of all sorts…
- Science and Exploration – Astronomy, Archaeology, Biology…
- History – Primordial, Pre-Colombian, Colonial, 1920s…
- Culture – Art, Cinema, Theater, Music, Poetry, Food, Bars, Tattoos…
One of the Kickstarter rewards, a bust of H.P. Lovecraft.
Like a call from the great depths of the oceans, or a discordant whistle from the dark reaches of the universe, I have heard the siren song of this most auspicious event.
I shall be in attendance. Will you?
- John “Pathfinder” Lester