It certainly helps to work at a library. But, I'll usually end up on goodreads if my co-workers don't tickle my fancy (they, for the most part, don't). However, I only really use goodreads to find good picture books that we need, or at least should, add to our Children's collection. haven't tried it too much for adult books. Just looking around and sampling is probably the best way to find books I really like to read.
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Don't buy one at full price. That's for sure. I actually installed one I got yesterday and going from my HDD to the SSD, I've noticed a pretty ridiculous bump in responsive-ness. I'm also the kind of person who has a couple of things boot up on start-up. I find having the big HDD as a sort of storage device for anything other than essential things (like games and the OS) makes it a lot easier to manage. Are they worth it? Well, like @jjweatherman says the practicality is relatively limited and its benefits vary from person to person... so... Buy one? Or don't, that's cool too.
I recommend playing the game on easy, since it's definitely mediocre.
I agree with you that the game is mediocre, but not for difficulty reasons.
But if you play it on easy, it goes faster!
The pages are acceptable as is.
I kind of totally agree with this... It's weird though, because the 'fishy' tagline for the wiki pages just kiiiiinda bothers me. But, I think if we could have some intrepid person actually play those games and explain the fishes rolls in the context of the game(s) it'd be a little more acceptable?
God forbid they would want to try to put a stop to some super spam and make it a thing people would actually want to use!