I have struggled with two things while creating this blog. The first thing I have struggled with is just posting on a semi-regular basis… I’ll mean to post something and even have ideas, but then I’ll get sidetracked and put it off for a day (or a week). Another thing I tend to run into is having an idea of something I want to write and just before I write it, I see someone else posting almost the exact thing I was thinking so I just drop that idea altogether.
The other problem I tend to have is the dreaded Wall of Text… I don’t always have screenshots handy when I’m typing up an article on an iPad (which is a very unique experience I highly recommend you try at least once). I also tend to run in to issues actually having relevant screenshots anyways. I tend to get involved in whatever game I am playing and I don’t even think to hit the Print Screen key often enough for it to matter.
I have been trying to remember to look for a tool that will help me and ran across this post by Valerian. So I grabbed Chronolapse and with just a couple small tweaks to the default settings I have been collecting screenshot upon screenshot upon screenshot. Only issue I have is remembering to stop the autocapture before I have a bunch of screenshots just of my desktop.
So for your viewing pleasure, here’s a bunch of random screenshots jumbled together. I’d try to make up an interesting title like FrankenScreenshots, but then Massively would likely love the idea and call it BlenderizedScreenshots. I’m just a wee little blog, so I’m sure it’s just a coincidence… it’s not like anyone talked about this idea to a bunch of people or anything.
I’m really not cranky about it and I could be completely wrong. On the offhand chance that I AM right however… would’ve been nice to throw a little blogger a
bone link. A link on Massively’s website… oh the traffic I would see…. on second thought… maybe I really don’t want that kind of attention just yet. I’m lying… I want the attention. Ok, somehow a screenshot heavy post turned into a wall of yammering. Screenshots are go!