I made the mistake of being an early adopter of Oblivion. By the time the GOTY came out, I'd long ago finished the finished the main game and didn't feel any inclination to replay it to experience the bundled DLC.
This article kind of confirms my suspicions: Skyrim is big and sprawling enough that it risks losing its charm. And the big sci-fi RPGs that we've had have confirmed to me my preference for Sci-Fi over Fantasy. I wish for more Deus Ex and even though it was a trilogy, more Mass Effect would have been nice too. Both felt shorter than I would've liked, in the same way Skyrim sounds longer than I would like.
Facebook still doesn't allow editing of posts or allow formatting in statuses. Although they have since rolled out the ability to edit comments.
I do actually believe that G+ is better than Facebook on the whole. However, until more of my favourite bands and things embrace G+ (e.g. is a bit blank) and my friends all use G+ more than Facebook, then G+ is a bit redundant. But G+ is good for the likes of and ...
Better integration would help but Facebook and Google don't seem keen to prioritise that. Before Twitter and Facebook became so well integrated, it was a case of "either/or" rather than "both". As is the case currently with Facebook and G+
Outside of maybe some companies offering industrial placements for university students, employers generally do not give any feedback or constructive criticism as to why an application was unsuccessful. There are 40 decent points in here that are worth keeping in mind. Even if some seem obvious, what's so bad about a friendly reminder?
I think this has been a great idea. It's like the Internet's equivalent of peaceful protest versus the more hands on hacktivism of Anonymous (akin those who protest by smashing windows and burn cars, etc.). Having said that, I'm half expecting to hear about various cyber attacks in the next few days against organisations supporting SOPA/PIPA. Whether that's a good or bad thing is for another post/debate.
- Oracle CorporationIndustrial Placement, 2008 - 2009
- Buzz (current)
- University of ReadingBSc Computer Science (with Year in Industry), 2013
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