Craig is a web entrepreneur, affiliate marketer, and blogger from Florida. You can find more interesting stuff and keep in touch with him on Facebook.
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Craig's Latest Posts
Sport isn’t all about the body. eSports prove that the mental aspect of proving to be better than your opponent is profitable, competitive, and enjoyable.
The MPAA’s latest attempt at thwarting the piracy of movies on the Internet sent them after a subreddit that many people never even knew existed. Did it more harm than good?
Hearthstone is huge, and that means it’s time to actually get good at it! Here are five habits that you need to pick up if you want to improve at Blizzard’s new game.
Are you someone who uses SoundCloud every single day? Here’s the best desktop interface for SoundCloud. It’s a quick, free download and you can get started streaming your SoundCloud library in just seconds.
Images power Reddit. Without the visual experience it wouldn’t be nearly as popular as we know it to be today. Browse and save images from Reddit without the text getting in your way.
These games have concepts and gameplay mechanics that are extremely clever, creative, and game-changing.
We’ve found a neat little trick that should make collecting trading cards on Steam a breeze, even if you own more games than you can play.
There is a browser extension for Google Chrome that really achieves the best results when it comes to navigating Twitch and knowing when your favorite streamers are live. That extension is Twitch Now.
Cloud storage utilities are a drag on system resources, especially if you’re running more than one. If you don’t use OneDrive (fka SkyDrive), disable it now.
There are a whole lot of places to shop online that don’t seem to be as crazy about PayPal. Here’s a little maneuver you can use on sites that don’t accept PayPal
Here’s how you can change your mouse settings so that your left-click button performs an “Attack Move” command.
Playing and streaming are two peas in a pod when you’re a gamer in 2014. If you play games, you probably watch others play them. For me, it started with League of Legends and has finally taken me to Hearthstone. It doesn’t seem like much of a “spectator sport,” but I’ve quickly noticed improvements in my Hearthstone game by just watching streamers play and picking up their habits.
The best way to improve at Hearthstone is through trial and error by playing the game consistently, but it helps to read and study up. You need to know what cards are popular, who is playing them, and what you can do to play effectively against these strategies.
There were many games that reached the surface last year, but these are three that really shined over the rest. These games are free, very popular, and extremely addicting. 2013 was a breakout year for these games, and I really think they’ll hold strong as we continue through 2014. Let’s look at them.
Is the RPG genre going downhill? That may be a bit of an extreme suggestion, but there are definitely a few things that make this genre of games a hassle to deal with sometimes.