This blog is currently closed. As long as I leave it ‘open’ I get Spam and more Spam and I feel like I need to write articles. Currently I neither have the time, nor the nerve and least of all anything I could actually write here.
I’ll most probably re-open the blog sometime in the near future or maybe I’ll open another blog somewhere else. I’ll see how it goes.
So how good is the group play part of WoW? On the forums I have met a few people who were quite reluctant to play with a party, as was and am I. I was also very reluctant to join a guild when I was asked. I still did it. Over the last few days we had a lot of fun playing with others from the guild.
In this post I want to share some of my ‘party’ experience so far.
Continue reading “Party, parties, partying”
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Lol. Lol. Mehr Lol.
Uargh. Barf. Blub. Fnord.
Ich weiss gar nich was ich sagen soll. Ich war da so lange nicht mehr. Ich dachte die spielen jetzt alle WoW. Da gibts ja auch Trolle. Ich glaub ich will auch ein Troll sein.
Flickr member brevity made a little app that takes photos and creates an “average” image out of them. He chooses 50 photos tagged with, say “shadow” …
Reminds me of the bunny pictures I posted a link to years ago!
Oh well … if you got to much bandwidth and time on your hands, watch these: Gimped and Rootdown. The files are 300 + 400 MB. The first movie is about 22 minutes long. Haven’t even unpacked the second yet.
So you want to be a Druid now? I am already one 🙂 Have fun.
Via lifehacker comes the Speed Typing Test
If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been in the dark with a mosquito.
On my first try I got 100 words/minute with one typo and on the second I got 92 words/minute with two typos.
Wasn’t that what you always wanted? Boing Boing: Laptop-controlled projector based D&D table
This is a fancy gaming table for Dungeons and Dragons-style role playing games. Typically such games are played with miniatures on a tabletop. The problem is that the players are only supposed to see the parts of the terrain that they have explored.