Oct 31st 2011 10:48PM Too bad there isn't some kind of way of connecting to this information. Maybe some kind of connection based on interaction with the relevant sentence in the article. It'd be like this incredible... mega... connection. A megaconnection. Yeah, that works.
Or a fucking hyperlink you smarmy dick.
Oct 31st 2011 10:16PM What are guild services? I don't check WoW news very much so it would have been nice to have a little journalism going on.
Dec 6th 2010 11:25AM The tabards need you to kill someone that grants reputation before it can convert it. I'd guess that at 85 you'll still get reputation for Lich King dungeons, so you could still plug away at it. I'm only guessing still, but using a tabard to convert Cataclysm rep to Lich King rep will probably won't work. Only some faction rep is valid for conversion.
Dec 4th 2010 5:03PM To be fair Basil, you need to credit WowHead when you're using it to source an entire article. Until your comment I thought you were actually in the beta.
Nov 26th 2010 6:24PM Desite the storytelling, the original poster is clearly the poisonous half of this failed relationship. Read between the lines. Not only can she not trust herself not to act like an adult, she's appealing to a massive, public audience for support. She has no support base and fuck all self-control, while desiring to control literaly everything around her.
This is called Histrionic Personality Disorder. Anyone who knows someone like this should run a mile. It's the worst parts of psychopathy and narcissism.
May 19th 2010 10:27PM I have a question for the magazine: "Why do you exist?"
Mar 1st 2008 12:31AM That's good, pretend I said something I didn't. I'm bagging the whole concept, not your boner for stirling engines. Faked free energy is still faked.
It seems pretty obvious that if the CPU can safely reach the kinds of temperatures to drive a fan at anywhere near normal fan speeds, you might as well get rid of the fan.
The key point here is that energy is lost along the way to friction, inefficient heat capture, etc. at a high rate. Hence the fan being useless showy guff.
Feb 29th 2008 1:20PM Yeah, because spinning once or twice every ten seconds is going to help. Or perhaps I'm forgetting The Magic Of the Stirling Engine and Free Energy.
Feb 29th 2008 5:10AM The main point here is heat is being removed and turned into mechanical energy, you might as well remove the fan.
Unfortunately I find it hard to believe the process is anything more than a gimmicky. It's a giant mechanical heatsink with a novelty fan on it.
Feb 22nd 2008 4:16AM The Oh-My-Bod iPod 'implant' goes somewhere else entirely. In fact, you have options.