Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by nerdlaw, Dec 29, 2012.
I did 500.
Wish it were 3 or 4 cents per.
I got 516 in!
A whopping $2.54, but learned some fancy computer tricks.
Ps. Could you pm me instructions how to record while on the computer? My son wants to record his mindcraft sessions
If only I didn't have family time on the weekends. Not that I don't like spending time with my wife and son
Ahh, Don't worry I'm sure the ORB will take a nap How was his first Xmas?
if you are using the Auto copy addon for firefox and have a middle button on your mouse you can just click that and it will paste. For me at least it is easier then ctrl. V
303 for me
LOL I just did this for my daughter with minecraft yesterday. She's been at it for 2 days now recording every game she plays
Those chemistry HITs restored my Approval Rating from 99.8 to 99.9%
I don't have a middle button on my mouse, just a left, right and a spin. Is there as mouse brand you can rec?
a Whopping 70 for me. But, Im not complaining, I'm happy to be able to lay on my couch and make money with my laptop.
The spin is the middle button. If you push it in, it should do the pasting.
The spinner can click too...
also, off topic, but it made me smile.
I got just over 500 of those in. Whew! my mouse hand is sore!
Oh, that is too funny. Minecraft brings out his compulsive side. I don't understand any of it, but he's 6 yrs and determined to record sessions to teach people his age, because he's watched over 150+ you tube videos and just started playing full version. He has two desktops one to watch Minecraft you tube and one to play. Times have really changed since the PackMan days
Off topic as well, but decided I'm probably doing this soon:
Greetings fellow redditor
Ah, Minecraft can be very addictive. I played it almost every day for a year and even made a few videos myself, lol.
Your six your old son has two screens and his own desktop? Whoa...
To each his own, but I'll be damned if I'm spending hundreds of dollars on electronics for a six year old. I JUST got them their first gaming system for Christmas (a Wii) and that stays in the living room so they can't destroy it. They got mostly board games, crayons, barbies, books, etc.
But I also kick them outside to play most of the time. Kids are too soft these days...
Why, hello there!