Although I thought Doom was cool and all at the time, it wasn't until Half-Life that first person shooters became my game genre of choice.
100,000s -- like 300,000? More? How many of them will you actually ever look at again? Less 1% I'm guessing. Here's my advice (and it's what I do), step 1) when transferring pics to your computer, delete the ones that are out of focus, bad lighting, framed poorly, etc. This is about 15%. Step 2) once a month, go through the photos you have taken the previous month and delete those that just don't mean as much anymore (if they have decreased in emotional value in 30 days, just think how utterly worthless they would be in 5 years?). This takes care of another 30%. Step 3) once every 3 months, I and my wife pick the cream of the crop for physical prints. This is about 10%. These are stuck into photo albums, labeled and kept in a fire proof safe in our basement. So 200 photos a month, gets reduced to ~100, and then 10 per month are printed. YMMV
Seriously, this is 2013 already, how much longer do we have to wait for our ISPs and biggest websites to make the switch?
So the EU rolls overs and is a good bitch for the US again? Pathetic! I don't know what is worse, the fact the US has no morals, or the fact the EU has no balls?
or is it tablet happy and cloud friendly?
So now my bot can chat with your bot, and I will never again have to interact online with people I don't want to. Sign me up!
A lot of people are already living in this future you describe. I will try and fight going there as long as possible.
Best post on
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sorta (a lot) like the Republicans in the U.S.
Divx was the beginning of the end for CC.
...says the person with no kids...
The problem with that is the massive numbers of walking dead who will attempt to feast upon the flesh of the few human survivors.
Sorry, no, you won't, and neither will I.