After 40 years of living in Vietnam jungle as a real life Tarzan, Lang was forced into accepting modern civilization. In the videos right after the break, Lang introduces his jungle home to us modern people. Even better, he demonstrates few survival skills such as trapping and killing rat for food. In one of the videos, he eats bats for snack.
This episode concludes the story of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Blood and Wine) gameplay. Enjoy!
Microsoft stopped allowing people to upgrade to Windows 10 for free the regular way, and so you either have to purchase Windows 10 from Microsoft and online web stores such as Amazon or you can try the method in this video to get Windows 10. In the video, I reveal how you can upgrade your Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 for free. I’m not sure you can do this with Windows 8 or 7, but you can give it a try. I know for sure this method will work with Windows 8.1 though. Anyhow, check out how to upgrade to Windows 10 for free in the video right after the break. Enjoy!
Just another episode of my gameplay for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Blood and Wine) in 4K resolution using Real Graphical Suite reshade mod. Check it out right after the break. Enjoy!
In this early years of the 21st century, we know that superpower countries won’t go to war against each other, because they all got nuclear weapons. Of course, I hope I’m right about this, because it could be a disaster for humankind if superpowers do go all out against one another. Anyway, the United States is facing a real challenge as Russia and China team up ever closer to carve out more influence in the world. The United States of course wants to stay number one and dictate the direction of the world’s trajectory, but Russia and China are not playing the United States’ game. Just recently, Russia and China carried out huge military exercise in South China Sea. The video right after the break demonstrates how China and Russia team up in military trainings and efforts. The video is in a 360 degree panorama format, and so you can use your mouse to press and hold on the onscreen arrows in the video to watch the video in 360 degree, both horizontally and vertically.
Check out a very beautiful, short, science fiction film “Dust” from Ember Lab on Vimeo below. In short, it took nine years, $100,000 crowdfunding, and now it’s available for everyone to watch for free on Vimeo. I watched it, and the 25 minutes short film is actually enjoyable. Unfortunately, it’s too short, and so the ending ends abruptly in my opinion. (source: seeing it first on Vox by Aja Romano)