So, here I am

Well, after looking at GBAtemp forums for over about six months, I decided I should actually join. I've seen many translation projects that I would love to join, such as the popular Code Geass translation project. Anyways, as this is my first blog entry, I haven't much of a clue as to what I am doing, so please, dismiss any errors. I do wonder though, if most of the older users, as I have seen, don't appreciate the fact that "noobs" exist on their site, how do they expect the "noobs" to go up to their level? I mean, just because a users post count is low, or they ask questions, doesn't mean they are stupid, it simply means they are adapting.
I have many ideas for projects that I can start working on, now that I am registered the the GBAtemp user database, but I just wonder how to begin? I guess, the best way to start would be to up my post count. If my post count is up, I will have less egg on my face when I actually start looking for those to aid my work. Projects seem to work better when there are at least two minds at work, as I have learned as a forum lurker for these six months, hehe.
My most treasured work is work on my DSL and my DSI. I do have a few things I like to do on the Wii...but, all in all, I don't like the Wii. I have had experience as a member of sites like these, it's just that I only just now decided to join this one. I, above all else, enjoy writing short stories. If I'm not online, it means I'm either at work, or I'm busy writing a story. I would absolutely love to see some of my stories be turned into E-books for the DS flash carts . Well, that just about sums up my life...not. Oh well, expect another entry soon.

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[quote name='Matala' post='2281413' date='Sep 26 2009, 12:34 PM']Well, after looking at GBAtemp forums for over about six months, I decided I should actually join. I've seen many translation projects that I would love to join, such as the popular Code Geass translation project. Anyways, as this is my first blog entry, I haven't much of a clue as to what I am doing, so please, dismiss any errors. I do wonder though, if most of the older users, as I have seen, don't appreciate the fact that "noobs" exist on their site, how do they expect the "noobs" to go up to their level? I mean, just because a users post count is low, or they ask questions, doesn't mean they are stupid, it simply means they are adapting.
I have many ideas for projects that I can start working on, now that I am registered the the GBAtemp user database, but I just wonder how to begin? I guess, the best way to start would be to up my post count. If my post count is up, I will have less egg on my face when I actually start looking for those to aid my work. Projects seem to work better when there are at least two minds at work, as I have learned as a forum lurker for these six months, hehe.
My most treasured work is work on my DSL and my DSI. I do have a few things I like to do on the Wii...but, all in all, I don't like the Wii. I have had experience as a member of sites like these, it's just that I only just now decided to join this one. I, above all else, enjoy writing short stories. If I'm not online, it means I'm either at work, or I'm busy writing a story. I would absolutely love to see some of my stories be turned into E-books for the DS flash carts . Well, that just about sums up my life...not. Oh well, expect another entry soon.[/quote]
it has nothing to do with them having low post counts its the fact that they cant take 1 minute out of their "Busy" schedules to use the search function and easily find the answer they are looking for rather then asking the same question that have been answered a hundred times that same day.
 
[quote name='flameiguana' post='2281696' date='Sep 26 2009, 09:16 PM']ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE![/quote]

My first thought was


DOING EVERYTHING I CAN

(There is no "So" in the hurricanes song)
 

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