My wife was watching some game on TV as I was taking a video of my new summer curtain:
Well maybe not YOU as in the reader specifically in most cases, but a thank you to the general community here at Tactical Gamer.
I just wanted to say thank you for everyone here at TG who have showed me kindness and given me a drive to lead and learn. Ever since I joined this community I have been shown countless acts of kindness and seen so many people willing to assist and teach people the way of TG.
While here at TG my conceptual knowledge of leadership has grown
I don't know how many here at visit Failblog.com especially this section of the page. http://learnfrommyfail.failblog.org/
If you haven't seen the page(s) yet take a few minutes and make yourself happy
LFMF have some really fun reading in it and I managed to do a thing today that should go on that wall..
So here comes "Learn From Abel's Failure":
When walking in the store you work at don't stare at the cute girl bending over
It is by any measure an extraordinary demonstration of the democratizing power of Internet video and of the American spirit.
A few weeks after being named in Newsweek's list of the top ten dying American city's, Grand Rapids, Michigan came back from the edge of death and made a stunning statement to the world, via a YouTube video.
Nonetheless, methinks CBSNews is stretching it a bit when it notes the video's "scenic shots of the beautiful city itself". Like
Updated 06-02-2011 at 03:38 PM by E-Male
I've been a dedicated reader of Kotaku for over 2 years now. Today, the video game blog posted this article that has nothing at all to do with Video Games
I'm fine with off-topic stuff, as long as it somehow relates to video games, internet culture, comics, etc. But this? Really?
Teenagers visit Kotaku. Do we really want them reading on how to purchase hard drugs online?