So I was trying to think of the last time I made Soup. It was so long, I had to look it up! I made a White Chicken Chili that can be made in the Slow Cooker, Instant Pot or on the Stove in January, and it’s pretty soup-like but the last bone fide soup…
It’s reported that Google is thought to be launching a streaming service for games which could be announced next month at the Game Developers Conference (GDC).
In January Google tested its Project Stream initiative with a beta. Users could play Assassin’s Creed Odyssey in Google Chrome, only needing an internet connection and a console controller.
And from the video above, the game doesn’t seem that bad compared to its console counterpart with a decent internet connection.
It also rumored Google has been discussing ‘Project Yeti’ (what the streaming service is rumored to be dubbed) with big game developers to see which games they can court from their respective libraries.
With GDC around the corner, this new streaming service could be anything! So it’s best to wait for confirmation at GDC next month!
Let me know what you guys think? Is Google starting the new wave for gaming in the future?…
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Plotting is complex, and whether you “wing it” or plot extensively, there are 5 key steps that will help you stay on track when brainstorming a scene. I’m reprinting a blog post I wrote a few years back to bring attention to these basic steps all novelists should consider when putting a scene together.
Writing scenes can be daunting, but, as with all novel components, it just takes time and effort to learn how to become a master scene crafter. The first step is getting the big picture of a scene.
What do I mean by that? Instead of thinking about the minute details you want to put in a scene, you first want to step back and consider a few things.
What a simple, hearty and delicious soup this turned out to be. We love tortellini but I have never made soup with it before now. Usually I turn it into an Alfredo dish, but not this time! This recipe makes enough for an entire family!
In a large stock pot, melt the butter and
add the onion, celery, carrots and garlic.
Cook for 10 minutes over a medium
heat, with a lid, stirring occasionally.
Add the chicken broth and water.
Bring to a boil over medium heat.
Turn to a simmer and cook for
15 minutes with the lid on.
Add the herbs and tortellini then
cook according to the package
directions for the tortellini.
My tortellini said to boil for
four minutes. Sprinkle Parmesan
cheese on top and serve.