If I want a nice cup to savor, I do a pour over with my v60. If I just need a quick little lift I'll use my keurig.
I moved down here a couple months ago and I can attest that the city is a pile of shit.
This is absolutely what I would suggest. Don't Make Me Think is well written and easy to understand, but also gives really great insight about usability.
I play StarCraft II quite a bit, and while by no means am I a professional player, I get a little competitive with it. (High Ranking Diamond player, currently.) I don't think they are absolutely on the wrong path, because a large part of the fun (for me) is having a balanced and relatively simple game to compete in. So while it may seem a bit odd to take out the new and intuitive ideas, for the sake of keeping the game balanced, it may be best. Though perhaps not for the types that don't take pleasure in winning? There is something to be said for the custom games, though. There is a
/large/ variety to be had there, that could easily cater to the less-competitive players.
In the name of his Noodly Goodness. RAmen.
Fuckin' magnets, how do they work?