Network engineer, game design hobbyist, and consumer of cake.
Electric eye of Polygon.
Xbone said he was just IT.
Nah, just a quick game won’t hurt…
That’ll happen when IPv6 grows up and decides it’s going to be a real protocol and not one in a state of flux.
It’s mainly that Nortel’s CLI is weird. I mean, I’m versed in Cisco and a bit of Junos, which both make a lot of sense (to me).
Nortel though… Access-control lists? That’s under QoS, as in: qos ip-acl name etc. etc.
I’m in the process of translating a Cisco QoS policy into ACLI\NNCLI (Nortel\Avaya) and I want to throw things. It makes me really miss NBAR.
Just custom marking protocols is annoying.
I just come into work and get angry at Nortel\Avaya. Then go home.
Yup! Pojo is a lot of risk. :P
I’m the IT administrator, Network administrator, Telecom administrator, Help Desk administrator, Accounts/Licensing/Services manager, Resource manager, and Project manager of the company I work at.
Hahaha… Separation of duties much?
Not sure if you’ll see this, given the time, but I apparently assign songs to Game of Thrones weddings. The Red Wedding was Billy Idol’s White Wedding (Hey little Frey what have you done \\ It’s a nice day for a Red Wedding). For the Purple Wedding it was NIN’s Terrible Lie, but mainly just so I could shout “Terrible pie!”
It was a terrible pie.
Did an hour or so of nephalem rifts this evening with my wife and Triumvirate and Magefirst (legendary items) drop. Upgrades!
Yeah, I generally don’t mind reading a discussion about differing perspectives.
So after looking at that discussion way up there… I don’t know why you guys even bother.
It’s plating. This isn’t Minecraft. :P
Crafting can be done while watching movies. Gathering? That’s a free ticket to the asylum.
If you look at any of our characters, it would be crazy for any of us to start over. :P
I don’t have all the combat classes, just Summoner, but I have all the crafting and gathering skills at max level and in their individual crafting AF gear.
Hit 70 on my Crusader over the weekend and picked up a few more paragon levels. Just starting out working on getting gear and my Crusader already has double the toughness rating of my Wizard (but doesn’t do as much damage).
I think most of us are on Gilgamesh.
Then capped off with last night’s episode of Game of Thrones, which was awesome.
BUT WAIT. THERE’S MORE.
I’m definitely in the group that prefers a mouse over a thumbstick. I guess it’s partly because I grew up using mouselook. It feels as if my brain just cannot accurately map to a thumbstick when it comes to precision. I’m either under or overcompensating my aim, whereas with a mouse I’m fairly accurate and have a much higher degree of precision.
There’s already a few MMOs out there that accommodate controller input as the primary control input. FFXIV, TERA, and DCUO come to mind. I actually prefer controller input for FFXIV over traditional keyboard\mouse as I can sit back and enjoy the game (although targeting controls are comparatively terrible).
Actually most gaming cases that any gamer with half of a brain would use doesn’t have LED fans.
Actually, the case is irrelevant, as you can just buy LED fans, EL-wire, and cathodes then add to case, if lighting is your thing. All you really need to do is find a case that has a side window, is one of those hideous ‘transparent’ cases, or is just largely open (like a HAF).
Typically, in an effort to be showy they also lose a lot of function.
Debatable. I think the correct description you’re looking for is “cheap cases.”
They also come packaged with a PSU that will fry your $700 GPU.
See comment about cheap cases.
Unlike most MMOs, crafting an item is also a sort of minigame, managing quality and progress while using abilities to get progress to 100% to finish an item. The higher you get quality, the higher chance the item becomes a high quality item (better stat bonuses).
I… have a lot of experience with crafting in that game.
And you did nothing with the words ‘grind fest’?!
We have such sights to show you.
You learn to dodge the stilettos.
The bear claws really tie it all together.
I think my wife has a pair of heels like those. I’d go check, but I may never find my way out of shoe storage.