Whenever I visit a blog that I haven’t come across before, I try to find out how different it is from others or what makes it interesting. Not just that. I also notice things that I don’t like in it. Your blog might be very popular. But it wouldn’t stop me from finding things I don’t like. I can’t stop myself from doing it. Over the past few months I started curating such a list in my Evernote and I’m sharing it here. And I believe most of them can be fixed (if you think it must be fixed) as none of them is technical in nature (if it’s a technical problem then it’s you who created it). But hey, it’s just my personal view and hence there’s a good chance that you would disagree with me — with some or all of them. :D 1. Hiding Dates From Blog Posts It is one of the most annoying thing that I see on blogs nowadays and it’s a common thing among the ‘so-called’ professional bloggers. Well, I know why … [Read more...] about 30 Things I Absolutely Hate About Your Blog
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As a blogger, we often miss out the importance of images and even if we use images, most of the time we pick it from random Websites. Here I’m sharing some useful resources for beginners to Find Images Online for free. These Image sites, will help you to pick the best image for your next blog post. For simplicity’s sake, a lot of writers use photos that they find online. Using images that are owned by someone else is fine as long as you make sure that you won’t be infringing on copyright. It is illegal to borrow an image from another site without getting explicit permission from the person who owns the rights to that image. What do we mean by explicit permission? If you find an image anywhere other than a free image site, you must contact the site and get written permission to use the image. Always trace images that you find online back to their original source, and check the copyright information once you get there. If you can’t find the … [Read more...] about Where to Find Images Online For Your Website?
I admit, I didn’t even know Foundation existed until I bought it. It was bookahnerk who told me about it, showed it to me and suggested that I’d take a good look at the game because it could be something I’d really like to have. He was right, of course. He knows me too well. But, before anybody who reads this throws their money at their screen to buy the game, a word of caution: Foundation is in Early Access on Steam. The game is in development and thus, not yet finished, so be careful when making a decision of whether you want to buy it now or wait. There is no guarantee that the developers will finish what they started! As of right now, I’ve seen frequent bug fix patches and the developers seem active, but I still like to give this warning in general, because not everybody knows what Early Access means. Foundation is essentially “yet another” city-building game. If I had to compare it to one of these other city-builders, I would go with the … [Read more...] about First impressions: Foundation
Steampowered Sunday #2 Red Warrior Needs Food Badly For starters, Hammerwatch is the fruition of the yet another Steam Greenlight process. You can buy it without discount for $10 from steam, and at that price I consider it well worth it. However thanks to the insanity that is the steam sale, you can generally get it at a significant discount. It is in every way the spiritual successor to the original arcade Gauntlet by Atari. For those with no cultural reference to this king of all quarter munchers… it is basically a four player game that focuses on each player providing a different class. From what I have seen the single player game is just as enjoyable, but the real fun comes from multiple friends working together. Classes you have to choose from: The Paladin This guy is your basic melee class. Special attack includes a really handy charge and if you time it just right you can deflect projectiles with the basic attack. … [Read more...] about Hammerwatch
This morning as I alluded to yesterday morning… I am going to talk a bit about my experiences with State of Decay 2. This game is officially released today, but has been out for anyone who pre-ordered the game since last Friday the 18th. Now I had every intent of playing this game on the Xbox One, in part because I really did not want the Windows Store nonsense in my life. This game has been funded in part by Microsoft and as a result they have made a bit of an exclusivity grab forcing it to be released on the Xbox One console and the Windows Store initially… though I assume at some point in the future it will also be available on the more important storefront of PC gaming… Steam. When you buy the game however you are essentially purchasing two copies and can shift back and forth between console and PC through cloud saves. This is a fact I am super glad about… but I will get into that more closely in a … [Read more...] about State of Decay 2 Impressions