Pfft, I thought a month-plus-some between posts was bad.
Well, here I am in Germany. This may be a bit of a long post, as I have a lot to talk about. Germany is honestly a pretty cool place, and I've only been here for three days. I'm still recovering from jet lag, though it would seem that for me, it manifests in the form of waves of extreme dizziness, like the one I'm getting right now. It's rather annoying, but it hasn't gotten bad to the point where I can't stand. It just sort of messes with my orientation when it does come on, so all I can really do is stop moving until it passes. But, enough complaining for now. Okay, one paragraph more. Then I promise, that's it for the rest of the post.
The other bit of complaining I want to do relates to the jet lag; it's the time difference. The reason I've been dizzy is that I have to wake up at what my brain thinks is 12:30 A.M., whereas locally it's 6:30 (A.M.). It's not too. . .
Have I really let another month-plus-some go by before making another post? Ugh...
Man, time flies. I figured I could wait a bit longer than 2 weeks before posting, and suddenly 40 days had gone by. I suppose I should have a ton to talk about in this post given the elapsed time, but honestly, I don't. My life is a tad uneventful, which is probably a really bad thing considering I'm both a vlogger and a blogger. I don't know, I guess I'll just scrape up whatever I can from the depths of my memory banks. Wait, what did I just say?
Before I go into any of the things I want to talk about, let me just explain the new subtitle of the blog. I changed it to "We Live By Rule 8," though I'm not sure it's clear what it means. Rule 8 comes from the same list as Rule 34 (don't put that into Google Images), and is simply this: there are no rules for posting. I was looking through aforementioned rule list, and I saw number 8, and just felt. . .
Oh, man. It's been quite a while since I last posted here. I guess it's just because I don't have much to talk about. But, now that I'm on Spring Break, I finally have a moment to sit down and make a proper post. I'll try to make this as interesting as possible, though I may digress quite a bit throughout. Then again, I don't exactly have a topic, so it would be impossible to digress. I think you get what I'm saying.
First and foremost, I need to talk about a new game I'm developing. I've spent the last couple of weeks learning LWJGL, which stands for LightWeight Java Game Library. LWJGL is basically an extension to normal Java, and allows for the use of OpenGL (many 3D games use this). For example, Minecraft uses it, and a whole lot at that. Alright, see? I've already completely trailed off. What I was going to say was that I've been developing a 3D game using LWJGL. I can't tell you too. . .