Rygar, the Legendary Adventure was one of the best games of 2002, at least to me. The PS2 had only been around for two years, and it seemed like there was no end to the console's awesome-sauce. I had also loved Rygar on the NES when I was a kid, so when this new Rygar came out, I jumped all over it.
Kindle Direct Publishing Select, which I'll be abbreviating as KDPS from this point on, is Amazon's ebook publishing platform with a twist. Real quick, just to clarify, KDP is the regular platform, which also publishes paperbacks, and if you choose to publish your ebooks through KDP, you can also publish them everywhere else you choose. If you enroll in Select, you're giving KDP exclusivity; you cannot publish your ebooks anywhere else.
Medium is a bunch of crap. You can’t get anyone who doesn’t already follow you to read your work. You can only get paid if the curators decide your stuff is worth selling. No one ever goes to Medium to find new articles or writers. I have never received a search engine result, which led me to an article from Medium.
I have the flu. I am absolutely avoiding all contact with human beings until I get better. Fortunately, I have a computer, an internet connection, and a bunch of sex toys.
I was perusing Liberator.com, a site, which sells sex furniture like wedges, swings, and more normal items, like toys, pillows, chairs and couches. Many of these pieces of furniture are designed for comfort during intercourse, but some items are created specifically to induce better orgasms, or for some couples, they’re designed to simply achieve orgasm—not everyone can achieve orgasm through penetration.
Faxanadu was licensed by computer game developer Nihon Falcom, which is a pretty good company. They continue to develop games today, and have most recently helped to release The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV. They're also famous for the Ys series. Faxanadu came out in the United States in 1989 as a first-party title under license from Hudson Soft.