November 12th: status update
Woo, another mountain background!
Well, time for status update number 2. The first one was literally over a month ago, time flies fast. And guess what? My first video was also over a month ago! Haha, what a coincidence, right? So this brings me to the point of the opening paragraph: to those of you who still read my blog and are subscribed to my channel, I am making a video soon. It's finally going to have me with my microphone, although I don't know which game I will pick to play this time. It's probably going to be Framed.
Oh yeah, and do you remember rBreach? I didn't play it properly in well over a month or two. But there is an exciting announcement, although I think that I am about 5 months late on reporting it to you guys. It's getting a remaster! Random map generation (like in SCP:SL), over 10-20 new SCPs, remastered SCPs, SCP reskins… All of that cool stuff. Jesus Christ, I said "SCP" like 5 times in that sentence. Be sure to join their Discord to find more info on the remaster!

Also, do you remember the 2 Astana Hub posts? So this is sort of the third part… but it takes place outside of Astana Hub. I came to a lecture, with the lecturer being the CEO of Astana Hub. It lasted about 2 hours, during which he talked about his journey as an entrepreneur, his mistakes, and how he learned to avoid them in the future. He provided some startup ideas which were still either unexplored or not popular in my country (Kazakhstan, if y'all don't know it), along with some startups that he participated in. Also, one notable thing is that he was never the founder of a startup. This came as a surprise to me, since his experience as an entrepreneur made me think otherwise.

Alright, time to finish this off. I hope that you guys can provide some ideas for posts in the comment section, but I have no idea on how to use Disqus comments anyway. I'm pretty sure that it involves SIGNING UP, which just seems like an extremely unnecessary and dumb thing to do, but unfortunately I cannot use anything else on Tilda… I think. There are also "Hypertext comments" or something like that. They involve HTML, and no matter how much times I read through the description of it, I still have no idea on how it works and how to install it.

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