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by Lunar at 7:06 AM EDT on September 9, 2010
has anyone been checking out the famicompo entries? voting started today. lots of good stuff.
by SmartOne at 3:50 PM EDT on September 9, 2010
Opera destroys all bookmarks after each update, and no one notices?
by anewuser at 6:38 PM EDT on September 9, 2010
woot, so that's why they were gone for me? shit lol

Good that at least 90% of my bookmarks were backed up. BS that the other 10% are gone for good. awwwwww

Writing too much to a girly...stuff that appears poetry given the inspiration and flow, yet I'm just expressing myself. I must be insane, and clearly not doing too well :/
by hcs at 11:19 PM EDT on September 9, 2010
1. An update shall not harm a human's bookmarks or, through inaction, allow a human's bookmarks to come to harm.

edited 11:29 PM EDT September 9, 2010
by Elven Spellmaker at 6:54 PM EDT on September 10, 2010
I'm now actually contemplating staying with IE8 and not upgrading to IE9 after a chromified horrid picture of IE9 (unconfirmed to be true, but these things usually are true) leaked onto the Microsoft Russian site. The tabs have jumped up next to the addressbar and gives very little room to see any tabs whatsoever before having to scroll, the menus have gone, the favourites has jumped to the very top right hand corner out of the way which is very annoying. -.-

The beta is apparently out on 15th September. I will see then, if its customisable to look roughly like IE8 then I'll have it. If not I'll stay on IE8. >.>

Put it this way, all other browsers manage downloads in the most annoying way. Click on a download and it goes to a set folder automatically and starts downloading in another tab. IE brings up a box asking open, save or canel. If IE9 no longer offers that box, I won't use it.
by SmartOne at 1:21 AM EDT on September 11, 2010
It's practically impossible to download TORRENT files from the xbtit site. Click the link, wait forever, yay it's finally downloading, invalid TORRENT file.
by arbingordon at 5:44 AM EDT on September 11, 2010
Put it this way, all other browsers manage downloads in the most annoying way. Click on a download and it goes to a set folder automatically and starts downloading in another tab. IE brings up a box asking open, save or cancel. If IE9 no longer offers that box, I won't use it.
Pretty sure you can enable download confirmation in firefox, opera, and chrome.
by RukarioGyiyg996 at 10:25 AM EDT on September 11, 2010
My widescreen monitor died for no apparent reason, just came up as a blank white screen which looked heavily distorted when viewed from extreme angles. (Stretched white bars ,etc)

This started happening before for no reason, but fixed itself when I turned the monitor on and off, then each time took longer and longer, eventually I had to just keep the monitor running at ALL times with a valid display signal, and now today, I can't turn it on even after a hour of flipping the power on and off.

All of my other LCD monitors work fine, although they are not wide screen, I'm quite pissed now, because this had to happen.

LG can GTFO.
by Mouser X at 7:47 PM EDT on September 14, 2010
I was called a Nintendo Fanboy on Facebook today.... I suppose my current profile pic doesn't help (Tanuki Suit Mario), but the truth is, most of the time people have difficulty understanding their own arguments. Since I didn't intend to start a "discussion" about consoles on Facebook, I decided to not respond.

I only mentioned this here because I thought it was funny that I'd be called a fanboy. I'm a fanboy of good games. I don't consider FPS games as "good enough" (that is my opinion, and I fully realize there are good FPS games out there. Just none I like).

If I don't like FPS games, what are some games I do like? In order of preference (largely based on the amount of time spent playing/replaying/number of replays):

Link's Awakening
Chrono Trigger
Megaman Legends (series)
Skies of Arcadia
Endless Ocean 2

The Metroid Prime series is also good, but I haven't actually beaten any of them (I've beaten all of the above multiple times). I think the aspect that interests me the most, in a game, is exploration. The more unique exploration that I'm allowed (without getting killed.... What's the point of exploring, if I can't get past the first room?), the more I enjoy the game, I think.

Interesting note: Grand Theft Auto is "open world" or whatever. However, what I've played of it is rather repetitive, which is why I said "unique exploration".

Anyway, I just thought that was funny (true or not). Mouser X over and out.

edited 7:48 PM EDT September 14, 2010
by arbingordon at 7:54 PM EDT on September 14, 2010
you're a fanboy to good games
be ashamed of yourself

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