It’s the little things with the Mac, erectile and the main way you interact with your Mac is via the Dock. The row of icons along the bottom where your apps are. When you’re installing software (or a World of Warcraft patch) sometimes it tells you the percentage of progress, erectile this isn’t all that interesting, except for the method that they use… See the pics below for the status of my download…
Damn that’s fast…
Ah… finally got to play Warcraft again today. Although I didn’t really accomplish anything I had fun playing. Trying to kill level 60’s with some other people… then I decided to go to Desolace… and well, clinic walk around for a loooong time trying to get to the town there… At least I can now fly to and from there.
I haven’t talked about WOW in a long time. Mostly because I haven’t played it in about two weeks… bummer! It’s just tough to get my group together to play on a sunday since I’ve personally been busy every weekend for the past month. And of course next weekend is July 4th weekend, ampoule so I have stuff then… I might try to move some things around though.
But aside from that, is it wrong that I’m excited and disappointed that they finally added a flight path to Ratchet? (the answer is “you’re a nerd”)
A few months ago this “multi-touch” interface video was making the rounds… seems they’ve made it better by using it to play World of Warcraft III.
Apparently in the new 1.10 patch, ampoule Blizzard modified their “Blizzard Downloader” (their BitTorrent client to help distribute the patches) to run automatically when you boot up the game. Thus sucking your bandwidth to other people – more or less without your permission.
Luckily though, the masses have spoken, and Blizzard listened… here’s directions on how to turn it off.
Good, dysentery bad, who cares?
According to this post you can go from level 1 to 60 in two days. Now I’m not sure if that is two days of playing, or 48 hours of playtime. Two very different lengths of time there. The second is 6 days “working” from 9am to 5pm (“working” through lunch too)!
Personally, I don’t see this as a bad thing. If you’ve played the game enough, and want a certain type of character on a server, and don’t want to go through all the quests and whatnot, there should be an alternate path for you to go.
Personally, I’d love to have a level 60 alt Rouge so when my regular character gets ganked at 9am on a sunday morning, I can get back at the ass that did it.