So I’ll admit to playing video games. It is a guilty pleasure indeed. I spend most of my ‘game time’ on Eve Online but that requires a fair amount of contiguous time to really enjoy.
If I’m into a quick fix I’ll fire up World Of Warships and send a few fellow gamers to the depths of the WWII era Pacific Ocean.
Today they issued a big update to the game and my PC refused to download the update. A quick look at my firewall indicated it was being blocked as being “a suspicious Torrent download”. Normally it would be a simple case of adding the update server to my firewall ‘good guy’ list and all would be well. As it happens, in this case there are several servers involved so I had to track them all down and add them all. I thought I’d share my findings in case anyone else would find it useful (read: In case I forget in the future).
This shot is from my first-ever stadium rock show, Boston, in 1979. The film stock was Illford HP5 ‘pushed’ beyond any resonable (at the time) speed of 3200 ISO. I remember not being able to hear too well for a few days and hearing some guy called ‘Sammy Haggar’ as the openning act.