It is time. I will stop blogging for a year. Im going to Matriculation college.
-I wont be able to find an abundant internet connection.
-I want to concentrate on studying.
-I don’t have enough time, I guess.
-I can practice my english with my new comrades in KMS
Wondering what’s with the title? It’s the song title in ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy’
Thank you all. Thank you for reading and following this blog. I will be back. Soon.
There are 4 RTSs that I have ever played in my entire life. In chronological order : Total Annihilation, Starcraft, Warcraft III and Dawn of War. I’ve made an analysis to compare the main part in RTS which is the units. Frankly, Total Annihilation, which is the oldest, has the most type of unit available.
Below is the table showing the unit type versus RTS games.
The winner : Total Annihilation. The oldest of them all, 13 years of playing. Plus, players can download 3rd party units. I don’t see how other RTSs can add unit in their games. Looks like an analogy for the PC vs Mac. Starcraft is well-known to gamers as well as a Windows PC. Total Annihilation is better than any other RTS which is quite similar to Macs, but people didn’t know about them.
There’s only one web browser with the tab is located at the top of the window. Google Chrome.
This comic below is a sneak peak that shows the documentation of the ‘awesomeness’ of the browser. Everything they said does make sense and quite good actually. But there’s only one flaw : The Tab
Users don’t want their tab being far away from the mouse. I don’t understand why does the market share of this browser is rising and will gradually beating Internet Explorer. And I don’t understand why do they point it out like it was an advantage? “We could detach the tabs easily…..”. Oh, THEY could easily detached it, not us, the users.
[Link to the comic.]
How do you transfer some data in an integer rate?