The time is drawing close. About two months ago I realized that my laptop is no longer up to the task of playing BF3, or any other game for that matter. The past couple of months have been rather difficult for me, as I consider gaming to be an important hobby of mine and my primary stress release. Due to the interplay of several real life family and financial occurrences I've held off on building the prophesied brand new desktop, and fortunately it appears the time to order the parts and build is
Updated 04-04-2012 at 02:35 PM by TheLancerMancer
Originally Posted by Belander
Battlefield as a whole until Bad company and BC2 and now Battlecod 3.... have always been a different breed.... But EA/DICE has sold out and now in perfect shaped to crap out BC3, then BF4, then BC4 then BF2143..... over the next 4 years and compete head to head with the COD series.... They have taken a franchise/series and FUBAR'd it into a common die out game after 6-12 months just to nab money and then they turn around and try to sell you short cuts, and other content that should have been done
The book I am writing does not provide a moral argument for or against online piracy. It looks at the phenomenon of television, movie and sport piracy, and then moves on to other issues of online television. I AM interesting in hearing from anyone on how they view television and movies online, legally or illegally. Leave out any tech details so you do not violate the TG rules on discussing how to pirate stuff.
Here is an interesting read from the New York Times: When Stealing Isnít Stealing
Completed so far on the new book. 49,800 to go!
Contract arrived from the University of Toronto Press the other day.
Trying to complete the manuscript by September, ahead of schedule.
Here is a sentence (rather long one) from the draft:
"Television piracy is widespread, normative behaviour among the young, pervasive in many foreign markets, thus far beyond legal or technological remedies, and likely to grow with the inevitable deployment