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Earlier this month we previewed this strategy guide for Resident Evil 6, and today we’re back with a full review.
The online world is a weird one, as in some respects we all revert back to stereotypes. Partly for humour, and partly because we don’t know each other very well. Typically one of them is that us nerds, geeks and gamers are all fat, lazy, out of shape messes and considering how this is contrasted with the intrinsic hotness of the girl geek, it seems a little unfair. Now of course there are ways around this. You can hit the gym, get a running machine, drink diet shakes, there’s plenty you can do to get in shape to break through the stereotype, but it’s a little boring. So what can we do to buff up while still maintaining our geeky persona? How can we get fit, while utilising our god given talents as nerds to make the experience fun and interesting? Gentleman, I present to you XSR’s guide to Nerd Fitness: Part 1, Getting started.
Welcome one and all two the second part of XSR’s guide to Geek Fitness. The definititive, subjective, know how article on getting in-shape while retaining your nerd gamer pass. In part one we discussed how to get started with your weight loss and muscle building with a couple of different methods for improving not only success rate, but your enjoyment of it also. Considering studies are now revealing that even pro-gamers are incredibly out of shape, it’s even more pertinent that we look at ways we can stay healthy while enjoying our most beloved past time. So today we’re looking at the 2nd part of this article series, where we have two new fitness theories and a new gadget to showcase that may get you up off couch for a few minutes here and there and hopefully keep you gaming well into your 80s. In this article we’ll be addressing what happens after you’ve started your workouts but within a week or two you’re bored. This is something that anyone at any point doing any exercise will find, so it’s important to use a few techniques to keep yourself interested and stay firmly on that wagon. With that in mind, gentlemen, welcome to Nerd Fitnes Part 2: Getting over the Hump
Windows Live Messenger, or MSN as it is still known by most users is undoubtedly one of the most popular IM clients in the world. With Version 2009 a host of new features have been added, some of which we like; others less so. One of the most annoying changes is requirement to have certain file types scanned by an antivirus package before you can send or receive them. Whilst we agree that security is important, we dont want to be mollycoddled by Microsoft every time someone sends us a Zip file.