Though, one good thing about them is, if you like to show off the number of your visitors, you can quickly embed their widget and select a style to show off your visits. There are many other features of sitemeter like the Monthly visit, weekly visit. The good part is it’s free and the sad part is for every website you need to create a different account. … [Read more...] about Real Time Website Visitors Tracking
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Case1: You might be blogging on subject that you are expertise on , but to be frank there is no subject that anyone is a master of it. Science and technology is changing at the rate of knots, even history changes every second. You need to update yourself according to that. My whole intention of saying is whatever you write on, at the end you will learn something out of it which I refer to as knowledge. … [Read more...] about Do You Know the Real Time Benefits of Blogging?
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And right off the bat, I’m reminded why strategy games appeal to me. For new players, the most important thing about the game is to learn how everything works. You build resource buildings like mines and farms to get specific resources like stone and food for example. And these in return are used to either train soldiers to raise an army or further upgrade existing buildings. That’s the gist of the busy work, and another important concept is the passing of time. Most of what happens in-game requires real time to pass, like upgrading buildings or sending armies out to the world map to fight other player’s kingdoms or dormant camps to bring back resource. That’s a staple for browser strategy games, dating back all the way to Earth 2025, the first game I’ve played in this mold. … [Read more...] about Throne: Kingdom At War Revisited – Second Impressions
I was really surprised at how much time and detail went into these quests. The HUD could actually house and serve up all the videos (hosted on Vimeo), or you could watch the cutscenes outside of SL from the video link that the quest gave you. This was nice for the moments when the lag was just too much.. or if you didn’t want to give SL media permissions. … [Read more...] about Second Life: Finding Gold at the Fantasy Faire (A RFL Event)