Don't forget that NFL Football is played mostly on Sunday. Monday and Thursday games are played at night, starting at 8:30pm Eastern. Baseball is played 7 days a week.
There's a lot more to life than gaming. A fast video card won't do a thing to speed up the work I do every day.
My TI-82 was definitely not allowed during the SATs.
Sadly, I've had this same conversation with people more than once. "What did I do that was illegal!?"
Admittedly, when this story first broke, I checked her Armory page, saw her Achievement Points (Low) and immediately knew her playing WoW was a non-issue.
Why do you think he didn't get in any trouble?
Don't feed the trolls.
h### account name promoting Microsoft. I'm shocked!
Both Facebook and Microsoft cut a huge deal with the olympics committee to broadcast it free over their website. Let me say that again - FOR FREE. ON THE INTERNET.
I think this would had been great opportunity for Google to do their usual push marketing. Just put olympics streaming on their homepage and require Chrome to view it (like they do on several other HTML5 sites). But they most likely lost the bidding war. There's no doubt they tried tho.
Funny, another very pro-Microsoft post from h111 the day after another one by a user named h105 that claimed not to be a shill. Odd indeed.
Windows 7 can easily handle 8GB of RAM, as long as you have the 64bit version installed. Did you mean to type "Windows XP"?
This computer is running 16GB of RAM just fine on Windows XP x64.
Tell me about it... I play sitting 8-10 feet back on my TV and it's really hard to see. WoW had an option right on the chat window to increase the font, which was essential for me. It's not that I have bad eyes, quite the opposite in fact, but it just gets really tiring trying to read the unnecessarily small print.
Amen to that. I can browse Facebook on my phone faster through a browser than through the app.
The still shots for the related videos, however, are a bit less work safe.
I'm not sure where you're sitting but... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_spaceflight-related_accidents_and_incidents
"About two percent of the manned launch/reentry attempts have killed their crew, with Soyuz and the Shuttle having almost the same death percentage rates."
Looks like it's 2 to 2 on fatal space missions and even money on number of deaths as well.