[03:06:20] Casiella Truza > Hm. Do I post too often?An interesting question indeed. When is someone posting too often? Is there a such thing as blog spam? Does it offend your readers when you provide too much information? Too much entertainment? Too much fluff, not enough content? While everyone does it differently, I have always tried my best to avoid fluff posts or the publishing of anything that I don't think is worth reading. I try to keep my content narrowed down only to what is important, riveting and the type of classy stuff you might see in The New Yorker.
Upon inspecting CT's blog this morning, I noticed a new post about what skills he/she currently had trained with his/her character and I realized that I have never done such a post! A lot of pilots enjoy using EVEMon to track their skills and then generate charts and fancy pictures, so why not me? Here is mine:
The important thing to note first is that I have put an extraordinary amount of skill training time into some things and I didn't even quite realize it. Apparently my character is quite competent at the act of pleasuring a man using both his hands and his oral cavity. This is something that will probably become very useful when Walking In Stations finally gets deployed (although I guess "Walking" isn't the activity I will be doing in the station). Additionally, it seems as though I have quite a bit of SP invested into the telling of dead baby jokes. For example:
Q: How do you make a dead baby float?I think I've still got a long way to go to round out my skills as my artistic skills still aren't quite up to par with other pilots. "Microsoft Paint IV" and "Adobe Photoshop Specialization I" are in the queue and I will be sure to update everyone when I have progressed that far.
A: Ten ounces root beer, two ounces dead baby.