Console Gaming vs. Computer Gaming by Jared Strop
... Computer gaming is best for Real Time Strategy (RTS) games, First Person Shooters (FPS), Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORG), Flight Simulation games, and Point and Click Adventure games. The consoles on the other hand are better for Fighting games, Action/Adventure games, Platformers, Role Playing Games (RPG), and Sports games. Tech savvy can possibly be an issue. Computers are a little more unstable than consoles. I mean, when’s the last time you saw a Playstation lock ...
Can a Golf Handicap Tracker Really Improve Your Game? by Patrick Forbes
... While making better shots on the course is a good sign that your game is improving, there’s nothing like a solid number to prove the fact! Now whether it’s simply to improve your own game or to document your way into tournament play, it’s important to get reliable numbers that truly represent your handicap. Otherwise, you may think you’re making definite strides when you aren’t, or feel you’re not advancing your game when it really is. Don't just track your stats.
Computers Rule Our Lives? by Jennifer Kittell
... There are many games to get addicted to and many programs that are disguised as
games that make computers seem like a fun pastime. This is all a ploy. People
make these programs so that they hook even the most anti-computer person into
computers and then convince him that he ‘needs’ to keep adding new “toys” to his
computer. I do want to stress that computers are an important part of our
advancing culture, but the obsession and dependency is nothing more than a
Computer Training, or "Would You Like Fries With That?" by Albert Medinas
... However, if you want to stay ahead of the game and not play catch-up, online computer training schools may be your best option. Are you nuts? Those online places are a joke, right? I mean, what employer is going to give me a job because of some certificate from a school that doesn’t exist - except on my computer? Are there some shady online computer training schools? Well, of course there are - but the same is true of those “real” schools with cool things like buildings and stuff.
Give Your Family a Health Makeover by Jamie Jefferson
... In addition to TV time, try limiting video games and computer time, too. Plan a family game night with a favorite board game. Do household chores together. Join an organized sports league. 13. Make healthy alternatives readily available. Set a bowl of fresh fruit on the kitchen counter, as well as bowl of carrots, broccoli, sugar snap peas and raw broccoli. 14. Go easy on yourself. Remember that the example you set will be followed by your children.
Final Table Tournament Play and Your Poker Calculator by Marty Smith
... Thats one of the reasons I really like using VPIP meter because it will give you a percentage strength on your hand, but more importantly a indication of the aggression at your table. From that information, you may, even being a short stack may want to survive just past the next round of blinds if you figure you can move up a pay scale or two just by sitting and folding. I have done exactly this too, earning an extra thousand dollars in the process. In that game I was happy to blind out!
The Psychology of Poker Calculators by Marty Smith
... I have tested a lot of the online calculators, and there isn’t one of them that advises you to come in for a raise, early position. Those cards look good, especially at a loose table, against foolish opponents, but it is absolutely a hand to play in position, with aggression, and not early with weakness where a negative EV is guaranteed. Sometimes it is hard to look at hands and lay them down. But it’s much easier to fold when your online poker calculator is flashing bright bold warning ...
Ensure Your Child's Success in Math - 10 Great Ways! by Susan Jarema
... And the Internet now has endless math websites for all ages with online visual applications, videos, games and music. Time spent exploring math with your child will help your child excel in other areas such as science, geography, music, art and problem solving. Our children can grow up to enjoy mathematics and we parents can learn along the way. Find an hour each week to share the wonders of mathematics with your child. Take some MATHemACTION in your own home.