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Kevin "Purge" Godec is an American commentator and Dota 2 content creator. Starting from making DotA content in 2011 on his youtube channel and his website PurgeGamers, he is a popular figure in the Dota 2 community.

Born in the United States, Kevin was gaming enthusiast since when he was young, his alias Purge came from purchasing an Xbox when Halo 2 was released and initally called himself "Purge058" with the numbers are named after a spartan from the Halo book series. Consequently, he removed the numbers from his nickname to Purge. Purge found interest in playing DotA after playing on Warcraft III custom maps and stumbled upon the game. Kevin graduated in 2009 and obtained a physics degree.

While being made redundant in his engineering job, he saw an opportunity to make YouTube videos after seeing numerous "Youtubers" becoming famous from making videos and income from it. While playing a variety of games during his transition to making YouTube videos, he watched a Youtuber called Husky, a popular Starcraft 2 caster and found inspiration from it. His Youtube channel was called "PurgeGamers" and initally made DotA tutorials and casting competitive teams and smaller tournaments such as DotaCash before the beta nike mens air max invigor prt shoes review
of Valve was announced. Showing determination and effort with his work despite having criticism, he continued to produce content on his Youtube channel and his website and over time became popular. While producing content, he also took on other roles such as interviewing, playing in a competitive team and analysing Dota 2 games in prestige tournaments such as nike free 4 flyknit nike uk store
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Kevin publishes an on-going series of " Purge Plays... " videos aimed at helping newer players. Each video is a full game played and commentated with each Hero, where he discusses strategy and mechanics. He also known for making " Welcome to Dota, You Suck... " guides to help beginners obtain a significant amount of knowledge about the concept of the game and its mechanics. Purge also provides

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If you were around before desktop computers were commonplace in-home, then you probably remember the teletype. Well folks, the old school communication device is making a comeback, thanks to the efforts of a self-proclaimed nerd by the name of Robert Coggeshall (co-programmer of sudo), and of course, the popular Raspberry-Pi SBC.

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Teletypes fell off the radar with the advent of the fax machine and personal computer, but for some (like Sudo Bob), having retro devices that are much more difficult to use than the newer gadgets brings a certain level of nostalgia. It’s like rushing home to use your corded home phone, even though you have a cell phone, just because you still like wrapping that curly cord all around the living room furniture. Ah. It gets you every time.

Regardless, Sudo Bob resurrected the teletype just because he can. He snagged a spare teletype from another 70s kid from the NYC Resistor crew at the 2013 Maker Faire and the rest is history. Oh glorious teletype, you have returned!

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With a 2-Channel Relay Module, Raspberry-Pi, N-Channel Mosfet, 200 OHM 1 Watt Resistor, 24VDC Wall Wart, F<>F Rainbow Jumper Wiring and a little rewiring, the 50-year-old device has been fully restored. Bob also used the Raspbian Wheezy distro and ran the Ras Pi headless for coding, but use your own discretion if you’re building your own.

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