While I wasn’t really ready to raid on day 1 of the release of the raid, 11/21, although I was close to 1230 light, I kept at it all week to make sure that I was near or on the hard cap before making any attempt. I had scheduled it for Saturday with a couple of mates.Continue reading “Destiny 2 Beyond Light: Deep Stone Crypt Raid S12”
The new Destiny 2 expansion launched on November 10th. It introduced a “new” element called Stasis. It came after an extended season, s12 Arrivals, and after a long content drought. Did it live up to the hype and expectations? Read on to find out more.Continue reading “Destiny 2: Beyond Light Impressions & Grind”
About a month or two ago, I joined a new Destiny 2 clan. To say that the clans I’ve been in were somewhat lackluster (IMO) is an understatement. When you put a bunch of strangers together, you can end up with some strange drama. Believe me, I know. I used to run a Division 2 clan, which imploded.Continue reading “That Time I Spent Raiding Last Wish All Night and Got 2000 Voices (Destiny 2 Season of Arrivals S11)”
As you’ve probably learned from experience, hard drives tend to be quite finicky if dropped. That’s one of the reasons why it’s best to leave yours home, but Drobo has just come up with a mobile solution that’s supposed to be rugged and give you tons of storage.
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This concept design isn’t that far off. Almost everyone has some spare memory cards that need to be used in some form or fashion. There’s not much you can do with one once you get a newer, bigger one, so this concept that collects these microSD cards and turns the combined storage into a larger USB flash drive makes a lot of sense.
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You know that it’s happened to you at some point in time. One of the hard drives in your computer fails and you’re left with a completely fried hard drive, with no possible way of retrieving the data that was stored on it. We’ve all been there. So what can you do to avoid this situation? Read on to find out more.
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t do many backups. Sometimes it just seems ludicrous to do so. But since computer hard drives can easily malfunction and burn out, using a NAS HD is probably a good idea.