Sunday Report (May 17)
Thoughts and Blogs
Illustration for this Column
As you can see, I finally take time to make a illustration for the report, hope you’ll like it.
I found a hard time for me to keep track with all the blogosphere post now, So I start using Google Reader to read all the rss out there.
On the otherhand I found some problem on my rss feed as well and Fixed accordingly.
I had changed the RSS feed to FeedBurner, so if anyone subscribed the RSS already, please kindly re-subscribe again
There are two Columns I am planning to write Hope that I can spare some time on it soon…
For any fellow bloggers reading this, if you hadn’t tried the schedule post function, you should take a try. That save up much time, and avoid your blog from flooding and update- desert cycle.
I had been using that for two weeks now, and had 1 week reserve post piror publish date, (and 5-6 drafting article at the same time).
I treasure every comments made by my readers, since I believed that the threshold of “I am not interested”, to “I read the post” to “It’s worth commenting” is very high. So I likes to reply every single comment myself. (And thus keep the number of total comment a even number). Thanks for All who kindly leave me a comment.
Guess what, I just break my total-comments-should-be-even rules. Because of my first troll comment happened, while it’s not a joy thing about it, I would keep that comment as a memorial. (I didn’t get much troll attention before)
“Lrn2Engrish” – I know for sure that English is not my mother language, and I had to take much effort in-order to master it. On the other hand, while it may pose some difficulties for my readers to understand what I mean, most of them should able to get my ideas (if it worth their time). Instead of pointing out the problem or argument for my post, the only thing the troll would do is “Lrn2Engrish”. Thank you for the reminder, I would take a note about it. (And delete every similar comment afterward)
- Seth @one-copper shared a lot of information for Starter Trader
Stocking up and Selling by one which had been an forever drafting topic on my list .
And also an Video that we lack for most setting up Auctioneer for Starters.
- Cass on Not-Another-Mage-Blog changed his blog name to Paladin Tank Syndrome, and ding 80 on the way. It’s the Exploration XP, I guess
- Congratz to Markco for his new forum. Hope we can more juicy information from our fellow traders.
- Gevlon is Back!
I mean seriously, I won’t take the Transfer posts he wrote those day as significant as philosophy post he good at. I guess the transfer had take up most of his time on that. But Post on Spec, AH Suggestion and Morons? Now we are talking.
Finally, I started my inscription business. I hesitated on it since some thing that the dual-spec system will ruin the inscription profession, And the argument make sense.
However, Since Gevlon and Markco reveal that aren’t going to happen. I started my training on inscription (dumped my 150 skill enchanting for disenchanting).
I didn’t go very far yet, but for my first 150 skill point, the training pay for itself, and I heard the sound of gold when I keep milling those herbs .
I made a mistake here, I shouldn’t be leveling my inscription on the weekend, while the price of the herbs are not stable. But the profit do cover it anyway (brain: you should be able to earn more on that, stupid).