Published on November 15th, 2012. Last updated on January 21, 2019.
Update 5/03/2013 ~ I am noticing a lot of people are finding this website via Googling if Co.CC is going to return. Sadly I doubt it is going to come back at all.
For those with better memory than a gold-fish on crack, a year or so back I wrote an article about Co.cc and how you can use them with email and I also did a Co.cc referral review but it seems as of today they might have pulled the plug.
For those that may not know, Co.CC was a free sub domain service that gave you a sub domain (like snat.co.cc) and then gave you full DNS access so you could use it as you would a normal domain and the service worked great – even I used them for a few throw away domains but that is where the problem came in. Continue reading →
Published on August 4th, 2012. Last updated on January 21, 2019.
It has been a few months now from when I started using WordPress Jetpack for email updates and honestly, it sucks. I am unable to limit which post it sends out, which categories and hell, I can’t delay the sending of it.
What this means is I am switching back to Feedburner for email updates. Now I have seen that there is actually more people on Feedburner than WordPress Jetpack but for those that may have never signed up for the old Feedburner emails you can do so here: Subscribe to Tweaked for your Pleasure by Email.
I will be updating the site to change the email subscription to Feedburner but will be enabling it for the next article. I will leave the old one running for a while and then will slowly get rid of it. I would import the old emails myself, but ethically for those that didn’t sign up for Feedburner would be signing up for something they never want and that is spam. Continue reading →
Published on June 12th, 2012. Last updated on January 21, 2019.
Silo Sunset (Esper Girl)
I would guess that you have quite likely at least heard of a gaming series called Metal Gear Solid and if not well there is Wikipedia for that. Against I am sure what most people think, I am not really into the online gaming thing that much but there has always been one game that I have always enjoyed playing and that was Metal Gear Online 2 for the Playstation 3.
Having been released many years ago now, Metal Gear Online was originally a fine example of how to do an online shooter based game and while it was not graphically as good as other Playstation 3 games that has been released now, it always had that little special thing about being a stealth action game and all that stuff.
Now if you never heard of Meta Gear Online, let me quickly explain. The game was basically an online “sheath based” game where you was on one team and then had to do a few thing based on what the game mode was.
Midtown Maelstrom (Snat)
One of the modes involved you using something called a stealth camo and having to get a target and take it back (although near the end, everyone just prefer killing each other in this mode), a base mission where you have to take over a certain amount of areas and well modes where you just have to kill everyone.
However the mode I did like the best on Metal Gear Online was Sneaking Mission. In this mode you play as Old Snake and you have to collect a certain amount of dog tags from soldiers while ideally not getting involved in the battle between the two different teams.
Unlike many games that exist today on the Playstation 3, Metal Gear Online also had a whole range of things that allowed you to expand your virtual soldier. These changes included many different uniforms, paint camo and many things such as different harness and although none of these actually had any effect on the game, it was a nice little touch.
Midtown Maelstrom (Snat)
The next thing it allowed was the changing of skills. This allowed you to create a solider that was, lets say, good at CQC and basically suck at everything else. Another example would be your solider become good at being able to use an SMG without little recoil but then suffering from not being able to use handgun and the likes well. A problem with this however came up as due to people moaning on Metal Gear Online that they basically was not Old Snake and wanted to be able to run faster, shoot etc and all that without the need of using skills, the creators ended up “nerfing” the skills and on top of that players kept trying to kick people for using skills like CQC Ex as they did not want to change their method of playing the game.
As good as the game may have been, just like most games on the Playstation 3 – they tend to have bugs lying around places and one of the major problems it had been simply the lack of updates. Metal Gear Online had a few major bugs which involved how the game actually worked which allowed people to easily cheat and that ultimately ended the game for many people as they was unable to play the game without someone coming along and expolting everything.
Icebound Inferno (Esper Girl)
Although these problems was well documented and recorded, the developers did not seem somewhat interested in fixing them and the game went on to be buggy for ages with no one seeming to care about its development and how it was running. It was during this time more and more people started to cheat and the game basically become a field where people would just run around and cheat just so they got a higher kill ratio as for some reason, people think that is fun.
Ultimately people got bored with the game and rightfully so, they ended up leaving the game and the ones that were left was either people who was hoping the game will change or cheaters and sadly, nothing did ever change. Well until the next Metal Gear Online game, everyone will have to just remember and enjoy how good the game was before all the cheaters got involved.
Published on January 11th, 2011. Last updated on January 11, 2011.
Missy was a former bullmastiff of mine that died at 12:30 pm, Tuesday the 11th of Jan 2011 by euthanasia due to being terminally ill with unexpected cancers with little to no hope of any form of recovery other than a few months of a painful life. Missy was about 7 years old before she died.
Published on November 8th, 2010. Last updated on December 24, 2019.
Referral, or better known as affiliates are quite a risky business setup as you have to rely that any person you send to someone else that you would be paid for it. As I am sure some may tell but affiliate marketing is where quite a lot of income is made (and myself included).
While I have little interest in reviewing any affiliate services, the only one I am going to review is the one that is found at Co.CC. I have written about Co.CC before (such as: How to make the perfect e-mail address), have used it myself for so many throw away websites or “in creation / trial” websites (even Just a Community and Post2Trade used Co.CC at one point) and can personally say that Co.CC is a very good service. Continue reading →
Published on December 24th, 2009. Last updated on December 24, 2009.
Imagine for a few minutes. You are having a good chat on a forum about something and some user comes along and ruin it all. Yes, I am talking about that 12 year old child whom believes he had worked out the whole of life and knows everything but once you challege the person, it always goes something like this …. (the follow is an example, not a real life one though).
User 1 Wrote:
Well, you see that it ain’t even possible at this time to prove. To be honest, if you can tell me on how it all relates together then I would be very interested in reading it.