Winter Cold

Shivers, coldness of the morning… little comfort for the thin and foolishly prepared like me. Each second feels like an hour as I impatiently wait the next teacher to arrive and begin his attempts to imprint knowledge in another generation of young minds.

Just another morning in University, music as my companion to the drifting of the mind and writing… the unexpected guest that seemed to pop up in the oddest of times, a guest that will hopefully grace me with her presence more frequently to shine some light on the dusty corners of this blog.

WordPress update horror

Just updated to the latest WordPress version (2.5) and horror of horrors it mangled some of the text, namely characters like “ç”, “á”, etc were replaced by garbage. Think i’ve fixed most of the articles but some may still be horribly disfigured, the dangerous of not making backups ladies and gentleman.

Thoughts on World of Warcraft

Last time I said that World of Warcraft was not a waste of time and I’d write about it, I thought I’d argument about the games virtues and try to change your minds about it, but then I kind of realized that would just be me forcing my views so I’ll just say why World of Warcraft (from here on WoW) isn’t a waste of time for me.

First of all it’s a game, and I’ve been a gamer since I can remember, I was fascinated when I saw the first consoles and begun my life as a gamer when I got one for my birthday spending hours playing Keystone Kapers. So when I begun to play WoW it was just this game everyone was talking about, the best MMO there was and it seemed to be fun and so my “adventure” begun.

Being my first MMO I can’t really compare it to anything else, still since I entered the world of Azeroth it’s been an adventure. The thing I liked best about the game was the fact that it in itself was a world, a world I could explore and meet other people in, not only that but also a world where my friends could join me in, and so it has been, one by one they’ve joined me and together we’ve been riding together helping each other on our quests and having fun.

So in the end WoW is a fun thing I do with friends, and since it’s MMO nature there’s always someone new and different, that not always good, there’s idiots and jerks like one would expect but in the end they just bother you if you let them (the joys of being able to /ignore someone). Some might say the game is heroin and I’m not going to say otherwise, it’s extremely addictive but that doesn’t mean I’ll play 48h straight or skip work to play it, I’m in control, if you can’t say the same then you really shouldn’t play this game, even if it’s a great one.