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Girl, I Guess Progressive Voter Guide 2022 Primary

politics, USA, 2022, guide, voting guide

In case you haven't checked out the candidates for the upcoming election here's the definitive guide to electing the most progressive or in a couple of cases the least bad options.

"Shen matchups guide" by Shending Help

games, League of Legends, LoL, guide, Shending, shen guide

This League of Legends matchup guide is generally focusing on how to play the early laning phase in each specific matchup. In most matchups you can get a lead one way or another, and then it’s just about correctly driving your lead home and snowball your lane and then transitioning your personal lead to other lanes while containing it best you can.

LD - In pursuit of better levels

engineering, software, games, guide, dev

Game level design document with useful senior dev knowledge

Ivern Guide for Teamates

games, League of Legends, LoL, guide, Ivern

A quick presentation on how to play with an Ivern on your team!


League of Legends, LoL, guide, Bard

A quick presentation on how to play with an Bard on your team!

FFXIV - gobbiespeak spreadlist for uplander learnytimes - by @roefizzlebeef

games, Final Fantasy XIV, Final Fantasy, guide, languages

This document is intended to provide a mostly comprehensive list of gobbiespeak vocabulary found in FFXIV and its supplemental materials, as well as a small primer on how the dialect itself works for any aspiring gobbie RPers out there (like myself—hello! I made a goblin OC that I accidentally got way too invested in, and this is my life now). The general mechanics listed below are mostly my own observations about the gobbiespeak dialect, building off of the gobbiespeak we see in game and the info included in the lorebooks. All terms listed in the glossary are pulled from either the Encyclopedia Eorzea(s), official lyrics to songs from the Alexander raid series, and of course the game itself (from NPC dialogue/popup text, location names, quest titles and descriptions, etc). Please note that since the glossary includes quotes to provide context as to how words are used, it contains Alexander spoilers.

CRK Data Collection & Guide Sheet by Loser Squad

games, items, guide, Cookie Run Kingdom, CRK

A crowdsourced data collection and guides spreadsheet for Cookie Run Kingdom. This Spreadsheet has been compiled by the Loser Squad Guild, but most information has been obtained from various sources.

9.0.2 Shadowlands Arms PvP Guide by Magnusz

games, Shadowlands, guide, WoW, World of Warcraft

An in-depth guide to all things Arms Warrior in PvP. Includes class changes and overview, your role, talents, etc.

Summary: How to Start a Startup (YC)

startup, programming, guide, VC, founder

A summary of blog posts, videos and podcasts from Y Combinator accelerator on how to successfully start a startup. Condensed to the bullet point format, covers topics like finding product/market fit, hiring, raising money, competition, growth and anything else you might want to consider.

FAQs on Protecting Yourself from Aerosol Transmission

coronavirus, guide, masks, healthcare, coronavirus masks, airborne precautions, N95

The goal of these FAQs is to provide information to the general public in an efficient manner about how to prevent aerosol transmission of COVID-19, with the hope that this will allow more informed decision making by individuals or organizations. It includes info about face masks and prevention of the infection. Face coverings (such as N95) can be useful for disease control alongside social distancing. Wearing face covering can help if you have coronavirus symptoms (such as coughs or sneezes) and is always better than no face mask. Other topics include: is coronavirus airborne, are covid masks safe, droplet precautions, airborne precautions, coronavirus masks, different types of close contact. These FAQs should always be similar or more stringent than information provided by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and most regional & local health authorities.