I had to giggle when I saw that the Wikipedia article on Haters referenced my book Watching YouTube as a source for defining the term.
Haters are gonna hate.
An interesting read from Bloomberg on the peace, order, and good government of the Canadian political system that has led to Canadians being richer than Americans.
Let the howling begin . . .
Today I will create and upload my 100th video for the 1stMIP YouTube Channel in the BF3 series.
Sometimes I wonder if the videos effect the way people think about, and play, the game. Here is feedback I received today:
After 47+ hours playing this game, which is a lot for me, and I'd eventually scratch the surface of the depth that this game has. Less than 5 of your videos watched, and it's like you popped the top off of this puppy and showcased just how deep
I once played quite a bit of ArmA back in 2007, but grew tired of fighting bots. I study the human side of online media systems at the University of Ottawa, so I am much more interested in PvP online gaming.
The Project Reality team just released PR:ArmA2 -- and an old friend of mine, John CANavar, jumped into the game. With many TG players interested in the high level of team work that ArmA + PR makes possible, individuals such as Jeepo, Grunt, (also old warrior buddies) and others,
The problem with Facebook is not that it is public or lacking in privacy controls (it is silly to think that any real privacy exists on the Internet). The problem with Facebook is that it is greedy. There is no clear path to profits for the individual user. No equivalent of Google' Adsense, nothing like YouTube's monitization feature.
Google+, which I am a member, but have little use for, also has no profit sharing features -- and the same goes with LinkedIn (useless to me).
Updated 09-14-2011 at 10:50 AM by E-Male