This is the start of a three series blog post that I will write over Google’s augmented reality game. If you are not aware of this game, I’d recommend reading the Wikipedia entry over the subject, then return back to this post.
This is the first public release of Apktool 2, a major change over the previous Apktool 1.5.2.
I’d like to get one version public before we release 2.0 final. With that out of the way, let me say “Apktool 2 requires Java 7“. We used the FileSystems of NIO2 along with the FileWalker. Unfortunately these changes cannot be built to JRE6 compatibility due to the NIO2 library. Our hope is to convert the remaining JRE7 back to JRE6 before the final release of Apktool2.
In an age where criminals can be released in 50 years for even a terrible crime, I find it a bit strange that breaking the Terms of Service on Xbox Live might land myself a ban until the year 9999. That is about an 8000 year suspension, which is a permanent suspension.
Now obviously, comparing jail to a video game console is not right. One is a privilege while the other is the freedom of life. Not everyone has the privilege to be able to play Xbox, so breaking any rules should obviously revoke that privilege. For the point of this blog though, lets set that thought aside.
I am now on the account “iBotPeaches v5″, and as that username shows. I have been banned a lot. This blog post isn’t about a pathetic excuse to get unbanned. It’s about the aftermath of being banned and a small representation of how it feels.
I’m sitting here coming up to my first weekend back in my college town. School hasn’t started yet, but the amount of students present increase as everyday nears closer to the start of a new year. This year something is very different though. There are three new apartment complexes and one of them looks like a Florida resort that businesses would spend their company retreats at.
Lets start with a little background, I started a little project with another friend in May of 2013. We bought a few domains corresponding to our naming nomenclature and started our projects. We started with three, but had our eyes on the remaining four that would complete our domain pool and give us future expansion at our will. Due to the strange domains and weird use of them we decided to stray away from buying them until we needed them, and not to mention we didn’t know if our projects would be successful or a complete flop.
It seems I only blog when I’m really pissed off and this particular post is no exception. This time I have a nice little rant for people that show little effort in everything they do online.