Some 15-20 hours. I had a really hard time putting it down for any more than a few hours, too. It kept calling my name.
Very true. I only have an issue because this ignorance is used to sweep everything under the rug and discredit any legitimate concerns about privacy/security. I don't necessarily think people are "wrong" to be so ignorant or that you have to know about computer networks to enjoy the benefits of the internet (I work in… Read more
+1 for responding seriously. For the record, I was in fact trying to further your argument by being facetious. I'll respond seriously to your last bit, though. The reason the internet is treated so differently is because it involves technology that—despite having been around for a few decades now—people still have no… Read more
Yes, if you are concerned about security/privacy in the "age of information," you are nothing but a tin foil hatter. There's no way to be a legitimately concerned citizen in anyone's eyes who opposes your train of thought. You're simply paranoid.
Well, that is popular opinion after all (speaking about South Park). Security/privacy are buzz-words for "tin foil hatters" nowadays. You can't be concerned about either and expect to be taken seriously because "it doesn't matter," "you shouldn't be surprised in this day and age," etc.
That would require people to actually, ya know, read about and pay attention to what they're buying/participating in. The only reason people get upset about Early Access is because they don't realize or research enough that "playable" does not mean "fully fledged game with all features/mechanics in place."
Cautiously optimistic about the whole thing. I was put into a queue of 2 people this morning and got in, first try. My best friend was also put in a queue and got in first try, both of us are on Behemoth. I really don't think this will allow everyone to log in whenever they want, but at the same time they never… Read more
People on the Internet in general are not very "original" with their postings, comments, whatever you want to call it. Especially so with instant messaging most of the time, or better yet, texting. The reason for this is that people still seem to think that text-based communication calls for significantly less effort… Read more
I'm swooning. I think I'll crack open the book and start chipping away at it again. I'm about 400 pages in but it's been awhile since I read it at all. Luckily it's sitting right next to me here at work!
I never played the original APB as it was subscription-based and I didn't have the means to, but as soon as it was rebooted as APB: Reloaded, I played religiously. The customization in the game was amazing, and even the combat honestly. It was very fun and engaging for awhile until it was absolutely overcome with… Read more
I seriously can't stop thinking this. I've been following these little updates and I'm honestly pretty excited to pick X/Y up (still not decided which one). The last Pokemon title I played was Diamond, and I thoroughly enjoyed that as well. I've played Pokemon since the first generation, too, so it's not like the… Read more