Found on Q23, a scanned article from Wired – Nintendo’s ex-CEO shows why the Japanese won World War 2.
(Edit: It’s actually a really good fake.)
My wife, in World of Warcraft, is horribly, horribly uber. This Penny Arcade comic? Yeah. My life, manifest.
And, like all people who succeed in MMOs, she’s now in a high level guild. And, like most, they use Teamspeak. (I’ve used it before, but unlike my LIKE UNTO A GOD OF MONSTER SLAYING wife, I mainly used it to crack jokes.)
It’s interesting. Here’s why.
Yes, I am endlessly amused by these.
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Yes, I am a deep one.
Recommended reading: Jeff Freeman on reducing what’s wrong with MMOs today to the core components.
From the BBC comes this:
Increasingly, people are landing in hot water with employers over blogs about their work.
A new term has emerged as a result. According to UrbanDictionary.com, to be “dooced” means “losing your job for something you wrote in your online blog, journal, website, etc.”
I’d note that Your Humble Narrator’s employers have been aware of his odd hobby of pontificating in HTML for the 6 or so years he’s indulged in it, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to cause any issues unless I post the Seekrit Design Dockuments or make fun of #insert_coworker_here or something similarly tasteless.
I just found the word hysterical. “Dooced”? Who comes up with this stuff? Jesus. Let’s have a better word. I submit: Bangalored.