Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Intel Core i7-6700HQ @ 2.6GHz
Intel HD Graphics 530 / nVidia GeForce GTX 960M 2GB VRAM
Conexant SmartAudio HD / Logitech G35
This is my current PC. Just need a post where all the info is in one place for other articles to refer to. I wonder how many times I will say “this is my current PC” as time passes.
Here is a list of all the games that I have played (which means it works) on this Windows 10 PC.
The game rankings is alive again. With that comes the game comparer as well. They are ugly and not the simplest to use, but all the functionality is there.
All my old game reviews must be restored before the thumbnails and links can work. Then I have to figure out how to integrate it with WordPress properly and make it easier to use.
Rolling reviews are not working. Each thought can be added to an overall review quickly, but sometimes there are multiple points that must go together. Unfortunately, these points can be thought up at different times and this simply disrupts the flow of already posted thoughts. After two games, it is back to the normal review process.
Time to get back to reviewing games (since I already play them) . Time is also the issue. Just don’t have the time to play the games enough to write full reviews in good time. Let’s try rolling reviews. As I play I will write whatever comes to mind at that time for that thing. Over time it will build up to be a complete review anyway.
Another plus for the rolling review is, years later I may return to a game and find something new and update the review. Games get updates, why not game reviews too?
The framework is ready. I just hope this site holds together as I have overloaded the standard WordPress stuff in every way imaginable.
My old reviews from the Posidyn Games Information Base will also be returning, albeit in a very bare bones form.
When installing WordPress it is a good idea to change the default table prefix “wp_” to something else. It may not help with security that much, but there is no harm in making the quick change.
Don’t make the same mistake I did. Changing the table prefix after installation is very complicated. Well, complicated to me anyway.
Here is an article with a good following discussion about the default table prefix – https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2016/12/wordpress-table-prefix/
And here is a view from the other side of “the fence” – https://www.whitefirdesign.com/blog/2017/01/03/wordfence-spreads-falsehood-on-database-prefix-security-hardening-to-push-their-plugin/
Bookmarks Anywhere now live at
Bookmarks Anywhere is a little tool that stores bookmarks that can be accessed from any browser. It even works on Lynx, but you need the version that can access HTTPS and it gives the error message “SSL error:Can’t find common name in certificate-Continue?”. It still works, though.
I did not make Bookmarks Anywhere for Lynx, though. Instead, it was made for the Kindle e-reader. Sometimes, I just want to read certain pages on a Kindle. This tool makes it easier to do so. No app required. Everything is done through a browser. Just log in and go.
As much as I have tried to make Bookmarks Anywhere as safe and reliable as possible, it is still a “use at your own risk” tool.
Although Bookmarks Anywhere does not look anything like the rest of posidyn.com, the tool still requires cookies to work properly.
Just to be clear, there is one advertisement at the bottom of the bookmarks list page.
To keep things tidy, accounts that have not been accessed for one year will be deleted.