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Oct 15th 2011 7:51AM "Argh.. I hate the Razr Naga (I know, to each their own), but its akin to doing 10 key Data entry with just your thumb. highly inefficient. BUT.. it could be for you! Lots of great gaming mice out there though to fit anyone's ergonomics"
To me it's more like a gamepad. My thumb rests on the center button (my interrupt) and intuitively slides in 8 other directions to hit the buttons surrounding it very effectively. There are three more buttons below I bind to the non-urgent spells which I've inadvertently, over time developed an odd but effective way to quickly hit using a part of my thumb that only a doctor would be able to name.
Without chaos, nothing evolves right? I like the thought of my DNA spawning a generation of dexterous-thumbed gamers-the only survivors of the zombie apocalypse.
Oct 15th 2011 7:25AM A ubiquitous Journal and a significant increase in difficulty might add some illusion of value to the bits that eventually pop-off if we smash our faces on the keyboard long enough. I say "might" cause I don't always agree with the things I say.
Oct 15th 2011 7:05AM Not many people seem to realize the issue with illegal gold trading has less to do with their perception of exchange rates [between real/game currencies] than with the amount of control Blizzard loses from it, over the direction of their intellectual property--their investment and their livelihood. I don't care if Blizzard themselves begin selling gold, they are the only ones who have that right. The truth is, there is zero difference between charging $15/month or selling gold directly to their customers.. could just as easily be a flat-rate or by data/bandwidth usage, billing per-level/death/hit point. If they were smart they'd just tax us for every day we don't take a shower. However you look at it they are offering a service for a fee, it's a simple as that... "Insert Coin to Play"