cute little mini-documentary on warcraft addiction. It’s nothing hardcore, but interesting nonetheless .
i recently have given up again. not because of anything like that, just the whole “end game” content becomes more work than enjoyment. Grinding and grinding dailies so you can buy more gear. I recently was kicked from a LFR because my DPS wasn’t high enough and i thought “fuck it, there’s too many fun things to do on the 360 during my down time”, and also my social life has picked up quite a bit lately as well. Life’s too short.
I can totally understand why they do it, hell, it keeps the players playing. But it’s just not for me anymore.
A couple of weeks ago I was stuck in Broken Hill trying to console into a cisco router with a six year old asus laptop that has a dead battery.
Stupid free wifi
My 09 imac is still working a treat, and mother said she’d buy it off of me. it’s got 8GB of ram and will potter along for many years more. For what my mother needs, I can see it running, another 3 if more. Dad is happy with his work server – he uses that as a web browser as well as his work hub.
My brydge keyboard case finally arrived for my ipad, and it makes typing on my ipad 3 so so so much either and i bloody love it – but there’s some times when you need a proper operating system, though.