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Member Since 19 Feb 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 17 2012 02:28 PM

In Topic: Battlefield Discussion Thread

27 May 2012 - 04:12 PM

I was told I'd have to post this here, so here goes:


I'm Le_Bassist from Console Army.

We are a well established clan with over 200 members and many more registering per day. We have a great military structure and center our clan around discipline and a professional public outlook. We have many ranges of players from our competitive to our recreational players.

We cover both Xbox 360 and PS3, and have divisions of (North and South) Americans, Australians, and Europeans so that we can cover anyone's game time preferences. Practices are held at appointed times (this varies by squad) and fun nights are also regularly scheduled. There is also a Call of Duty side to the clan for any interested there.

To Join Simply follow instructions below

- Register On Our Website

- Validate your account via Email

- Wait on our staff to process your account

- Post & Complete Boot camp

We require you to have a microphone/headset and be 15 or over

If you wish to join please visit our website below and register. I'd like to say we're "Top 5" blah blah blah, but aside from that we're a big group of folks that play the objective and use communication to win and have a good time. Tell 'em Le_Bassist sent you and they'll treat you right.


In Topic: Feds Shut Down Megaupload.com

29 January 2012 - 03:52 AM

The problem is that Hollywood and the music business couldn't move fast enough.

Netflix is a prime example; because they managed to get the system up first, they now have almost a 30 million consumer base, increasing each day due to the convenience of its content. Hollywood has tried everything short of open warfare to get Netflix shut down, simply because Hollywood can't control Netflix pricing. They've made delays in the time Netflix can add a DVD to its library, and even has tried to get special arrangements so that Netflix users must pay a separate fee in order to watch certain movies (Starz movies).

It's a fact that currently the movie business alone makes over 60% of its income from sources it previously tried to make illegal. VCR's were supposed to be the end of the movie business. The same goes with DVD's, and DVR's. The music industry sees a similar trend with our move from radio to physical media to digital.

This infographic is a good analysis of how the movie industry has cried doomsday at every single technological advancement pertaining to media in the last century.

These two industries regardless need to learn to adapt and innovate, instead of punishing the consumer base for their own slowness. There will always be piracy, which is good because it keeps technology and the movie/music experience advancing, but corporate big wigs don't like changing their ways, and thus we'll have to keep taking them to task at the voting booth and the check-out counter.

In Topic: Bassy's Origami Gallery - Update 12/17

18 December 2011 - 12:23 AM

Stopped by to let y'all know that I haven't forgotten this! It's just that I've finally started the process of writing my own book! This basically means that my free time has been mostly devoted to drawing instructional diagrams instead of inventing new things. I plan to cover in the area of 20-50 things in the book, with a wide range of flowers, animals, prehistoric, and fantastic creatures.

I can post my imitations of other people's models, but my Intellectual Rights adviser is asking that I not show anything that's going in the book until my submissions to the US copyright office come back. Sadly, this takes a bit away from the gallery and my video channel, but in the end it makes my family happy.

Once those submissions are back, however, I do need some testers if anyone wants a shot.


In Topic: [Video] Origami Bob the Cat

15 December 2011 - 05:27 PM

Origami Expert here, you did well bud, though black on black background is a bit of a no-no in making origami tutorials. I think I'll be designing my own though after seeing the result. I'm curious as to who designed it too, as in the origami world it's better to give credit to the artist or risk a nasty copyright cease and desist order.

Here's my cat for now:
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In Topic: It's not a "free" MMORPG anymore.

07 December 2011 - 04:38 AM

There seems to be some kind of a common theme here, as if this is the thread for college students to bask in their superiority over Jagex, whose employees have all been growing ever dimmer with every year they are separated from their university of record, as well as rolling around in piles of sleaze and money. Carry on, then.

That's just the thing, though. I know they have a marketing team at this point. The New York Times did a similar thing with this when making their e-edition of the paper subscription-based. However, they had many prepared statements as well as a huge advertising campaign ready for it. I just really don't know what put it in that Jagex teams' heads that after all of this awesome publicity they've been getting with Runefest and killing bots, that they'd put a buzz-kill like this in several weeks after good stuff with nothing content-wise to make amends for what the F2P lost.