Good evening, Shacknews, it's nighttime, which means it's time for Evening Reading. Let's officially close out our day of posting. Please take a look.
In case you missed it at Shacknews:
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- Xenoblade Chronicles 3's Interlinking & classes help form an engaging adventure
- Sunday Gold is a stylish throwback to classic adventure games
- MADiSON review: A snapshot of true terror
- HYENAS goes into Alpha this week
- Voyager says some crypto account holders may not be made whole following bankruptcy
- Rivian (RIVN) is planning to layoff 5% of employees
- GameStop (GME) NFT Marketplace officially launches
- Elon Musk tweets at SEC in Twitter (TWTR) lawsuit thread about bots
- Control narrative lead moves into the same position on the next Fable
And now... Other Stuff From The Internet!!!
Your daily dose of sudoku
It's time to crack some cryptic puzzles or at the very least watch someone else work them out.
The origin of Community
How good was Community? I don't think I ever properly finished the series. I think I stopped watching around the time Jeff became a teacher.
Pretending to be a billionaire to look at outrageous NYC penthouses
It's preposterous that this level of affluence exists. The buildings are absolutely amazing, but why are they so expensive?
Day Shift trailer
This movie looks like a blast. Sign me up for some sweet Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg vampire action!
Tricking kids is a great pastime
This poor kid absolutely does not want to fight.
The optical illusion gallery
An art gallery that will drive you crazy 🤔— Tansu YEĞEN (@TansuYegen) July 9, 2022
These are some classic optical illusions.
King of the Hill screens
Great episode. I'm pretty certain this is the one where Bobby helps Bill make ribs.
Playing with a kitten
You must always pretend to be surprised!
Let's close out our night with one of the greatest images ever released
It's here–the deepest, sharpest infrared view of the universe to date: Webb's First Deep Field.— NASA (@NASA) July 11, 2022
Previewed by @POTUS on July 11, it shows galaxies once invisible to us. The full set of @NASAWebb's first full-color images & data will be revealed July 12: https://t.co/63zxpNDi4I pic.twitter.com/zAr7YoFZ8C
The James Webb Space Telescope has released its first image and it is breathtaking. This is but a tiny square in our sky. It's truly unbelievable how huge space is.
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