May 23rd 2010 7:10PM @Jonathan
I'm assuming Philip K. Dick
May 16th 2010 8:44PM You forgot iClone for EVE. Along with normal functions, it can display market-order status, wallet transactions, and industry job status, along with a full item database, and the ability to do all the same for Corp and Alliance wallets, orders, and jobs.
It's a nice app to complement Capsuleer.
May 14th 2010 4:00PM @Innocente
I'm confused. It's currently May, which in the rational thinking world usually comes after April.
May 11th 2010 5:08PM @DrewIW No, the Devs hinted at Fanfest and in an interview that the Jovians weren't the benefactors we thought they were. I believe the interview hinted at hostile action by Jovians in the near future, which ties into this quite nicely. Hopefully Incarna will improve on the idea.
May 11th 2010 2:55PM @SgtBaker It's a job she pays for, huh?
Really, do we want someone who doesn't even enjoy the game and equates playing to a job to be the one who represents us and our fun?
May 11th 2010 10:28AM @Darth Vadar If it hurts Gamestop, I'm all for it. I can't think of a store I hate more. I used to work there, and I quit from a combination of clinically insane co-workers/management, and the fact that Gamestop's whole business model is to fsck over the customers.
May 10th 2010 9:48PM Yep, here's the same site with updated candidate answers for this CSM.
May 10th 2010 6:14PM I've been using it for EVE for about a month and a half now, and all I can say it that it works great for me.
I have F1-12 bound to the easiest to get at pads, and shift/alt/ctrl bound to the palm pad. With the F keys and 3 modifiers I can use just the glove and mouse, and ignore the keyboard completely. I've yet to encounter a command I can't key.
May 10th 2010 6:09PM Just so everyone knows what's up, Ankh is championing a system that just about completely turns high-sec into Hello-Kitty Online.
The only people she represents are the kind of people who are still whining about ninja-salvaging, and people who think gankers should be perma-banned.
May 9th 2010 7:44PM How do you figure that? The response to the Sov changes in Dominion have been overwhelmingly positive. Lag isn't a valid complaint; even if the lag is fixed people will bring even more ships, until the system lags again. It's a vicious cycle, and can only be broken by implementing incentives for sub-(insert lag-making number here) member fleets.
TL;DR: Considering how many new alliances have migrated out to 0.0, I can only say that Dominion has been an overwhelming success. Lag is mostly our fault; CCP is a victim of their expansion's success.