By now, the news of Steam’s modding changes has spread like wildfire. Some mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim can now be sold for cold, hard cash on the Steam Workshop and people have scorched entire parts of the internet as a result of it. 332 more words
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The PC master race is dead. I repeat, the PC master race is dead. Console commandos worldwide rejoice as the one feature that PC users have held over their heads for years has been snatched up from them by their lord and protector, Valve. 506 more words
Last year members of my support group for people who are separated or divorced were organizing a bike trip through this neighborhood in Bethesda, Maryland called Kenwood where the locals living in the Washington, DC area tend to go as… 652 more words
UPDATE: (April 27, 2015 9:56 a.m.) Gertrude Marion Haugan has been found and is safe, police say.
WASHINGTON — Montgomery County Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 95-year-old woman. 111 more words
A few days ago, Bethesda and Valve announced a new feature for the Steam Workshop: Paid mods. The reaction was pretty instant, ranging from “good idea, terrible execution” to “go f§%k yourselves!”, from modders pulling free mods from sites like the Nexus and putting them on Steam for money to, polar opposite, modders pulling mods from Steam and hiding the free versions on the Nexus in protest. 2,650 more words