> If you want different results, you need different rules. A different revenue model. A different administrative structure. An alternative to the centralized client-server model. Something.
Namecoin was a really interesting concept in this area, I think. It never really took off, but the idea behind it was to replace the mostly centralized DNS system with a decentralized solution. It worked off of Bitcoin's underlying structure and kinda just tacked on the ability to 'spend' tokens in order to register a hostname in the blockchain. In theory it would make all domain names completely inalienable and equally priced.
Came back and looked at this again today, no idea how I didn't see the solution last time.
Got this far on the first level.
I'm assuming the red door is a teleport to the blue circle thing. I wasn't able to figure out how to get to it without dying, though.
Pretty neat recreation.
I like how Skyrim is in both graphics tiers.
The fact you have to hurdle through this bullshit to install or update the JRE is part of the reason I think Java is quickly dying out in desktop applications.
I remember this episode but can't remember why Leela decided to agree with Zapp on his own trial.
Just some people.