So someone was clever enough to create a CMS for gamers. Finally you can stop using PHPNuke and all its other shitty variants. Stop struggling with that clan site you’re trying to build — it’s going to suck anyway. They all do. And you know within 3 weeks it will be defaced by some Hungarian hacker with a message such as, “LOL TURKEY SUCKS ONEONE111111!!!”.
I think the only thing that could make it better is (hell, I don’t know if it has it — I’m too busy to investigate) a decent forum and possibly those stupid plugins that shows you who’s online in your TeamSpeak / Ventrilo / what-have-you servers.
WHAT IS IT?
Enjin is a free, fully hosted service for all gamers, clans, guilds, and communities to create and manage a website.
Few things in this life are permanent. Like a tattoo, however, the online gaming software Kali, touts “life-time subscription[s]” (italics theirs) and thus, a form of permanence.
For those who started PC gaming relatively recently (sometime this decade), you may be unfamiliar with Kali. It can best be equated as a mid-90’s precursor of Xfire, however, it also added a unique element necessary for its times, network emulation.
The KeyGhost people asked me whether I’d like to review a QIDO, but I don’t really see that there’s a great deal to review in there. I can tell you now what my review would say: “I plugged the thing inline with a USB keyboard, and the keyboard continued to work normally, except when I tapped Num Lock twice, whereupon I couldn’t type any more because I don’t know Dvorak.”
Found tonight under the free section on Craigslist in Philadelphia:
“Unopened box of Kotex Super Plus tampons. They will be in a plastic bag hanging on the mailbox at 359 Richfield Road in Upper Darby. Don’t bother emailing, just come and get them. Post will be removed as soon as they’re gone.”