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March 24th, 2014, 18:09
I just read that in Germany, Valve can prohibit the selling of Steam accounts - and the reasoning behind this court decision has simething to do with the fact that an Steam account involves much more than just games, and that games in Germany should rather be treated as movies. Link : http://www.golem.de/news/urteilsbegr…03-105327.html

So … Steam is rather some kind of online club ?

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The Norwegian capital as you've never seen it before (ok, some of you have never seen it before):

It looks like a timelapse video of a miniature model of the city, but it is the real thing. Funny.

pibbbur who at the time of writing, at 191 cm., is no miniature.
Interesting : The filter diostorts the upper püart of the view, which forces us to narrow our vierw on a very limited "window" … The distorted part would be able to show things which are lying farther in the distance, thus giving us a sense of how far away an object is … But this "filter distortion" hinders us to get this piece of information.

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