Nothing is true; everything is permitted
Completed Assassin's Creed. I really enjoyed the ending Altaïr. Looking really forward to Assassin's Creed II and Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines, especially ACII because I love Italy. Would love to visit there one day and speak the language. I think it's pretty neat you can connect Bloodlines through your PSP to the PS3 once you've completed it to get extra stuff in ACII. I've, of course, preordered them both. Getting the black edition of ACII which includes a figure of Ezio (the new lead character), book, soundtrack, extra missions and some other cool stuff. I have no idea where this sudden fandom of Assassin's Creed has come from. Going back through the game to get flags I missed and to unlock more memories. I've joined the Assassin's Creed: Twitter Experience. It's basically a Twitter game. You are set targets to assassinate which are in fact other Twitter users. Within a few minutes of signing up I was a target. It seems so much fun! Unfortunately my target was set at like 2am so I couldn't do it because I was in bed. read more »
So, I finally have a database and got this blog thing working how I want (still room for planned improvements including searching for entries by date). I have been working on this for some time now. Bits and pieces throughout the summer but mostly the last few months. Been developing it on my trusty powerful local Linux server (which happens to be my personal computer too). I have long since booted Vindows (hahaha, no way am I calling it by its correct title) out the door. さようなら! Been using Linux since May (when I finished my second year of university) and I will never look back. (Oh, and all those Mac users who say Linux sucks - both our operating system are based on Unix, smart ass. Linux runs on anything these days including Macs, Ipods, PSP's, Amazon's new thingy-me-bob, Nintendo DS and even a dead badger.) Well anyway, Linux has top class software, which does not crash and take the O.S. along with it. Since converting, you notice how many not so politically correct websites are out there. Many companies need to wake up and smell the coffee *cough*Adobe*cough* that not everyone is on Vindows anymore and your we'll-do-that-on-Linux-last-and-do-it-shabby attitude is not really on. read more »
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