This is social media (mentioned above) but this one gets an extra mention because it is very easy to lose hours on this one. You look at one video and see suggestions for other videos, and so on and so on. The video of a bear falling from a tree onto a trampoline is too enticing to avoid. Before you know it, you are watching a series called “funny animal accidents” and you have lost an hour or two of time you could have been working. … [Read more...] about Time Management Tips For The Blogger: The Major Time Absorbers
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You can find the guide to configure both the settings over here. Once this is done, go to Add new post and on the right side you will see an option to add document file from your computer, Google drive or via Dropbox. Click on anyone and it will do rest of the magic. … [Read more...] about How to Copy Post from Microsoft Word File to WordPress Correct Way
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Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): So obviously I love Star Wars Galaxies’ crafting. But I can also see its deficiencies, having obsessively played it for so long then and now. It worked for so many reasons: The game mechanics, the whole set of gameworlds, it was all built around an ecosystem where resource gatherers and crafters and merchants all had a real place, a true reason for being there, and being full-time in their specialization, just as much as the combat characters and the entertainer characters. While the gathering and mass-production took a lot of time, it was predominantly offline time (via harvesters and factories), which simultaneously stopped it from feeling grindy once you’d mastered a skill and ensured a single person couldn’t blow up or permanently secure a market in an afternoon. As Koster has said, you can’t just take a system like that and drop it in any ol’ MMO; it has to be baked in from conception. … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: Which MMORPG, living or dead, offers the all-time best crafting experience?
Unreliable narrator The biggest controversy is the lore surrounding dragons. According to multiple statements by NPCs in the Elder Scrolls games, dragons haven’t been around for thousands of years. The Atlas of Dragons in Skyrim says that Grahkrindrog was slain in the 184th year of the second era. ESO takes place 398 years later. So it’s not thousands of years from ESO, but is it thousands of years from Skyrim? After the slaying of Grahkrindrog, there are 712 years left in the era, and the third era is 433 years. Add that to the 201 years into the fourth era for Skyrim, and you have 1,346 years. So, a thousand years, for sure, but thousands? Not quite. Since Oblivion and Morrowind take place 200 years before Skyrim, similar math can be applied. Using that math, the statements — given some exaggeration — are correct. … [Read more...] about Tamriel Infinium: Stuff it, naysayers, this is the perfect time for dragons in Elder Scrolls Online