Character Name: Mr Veda
Corp: Red Federation
EVE-Time online: Hard to say due to work schedule but evenings on Friday and Saturday. Some times during the afternoon on Tuesdays as well
Interested in: Learning the basics of PvP, particular solo PVP
It appeals to the RPer in me too, and it may provide an incentive for people to go explode some things. I'm not opposed to losing some ships in fun. I'm also trying to think of a way to provide a reward for the activity, although part of me says screw the reward, do it for the fun and camaraderie.
We should talk more. I'll figure something out but we should try and do this
Dude, I've never met you. I only know you from a few messages and forum posts and I've only heard you in one podcast.
And still, I'm super happy for you and I know you will do awesome things for a game I'm still new to
Must be the magic of EvE well done mate.
So like me, you’re getting into EvE but you might not have the time to play thanks to obstacles like “work” and a “wife”
Here’s how I get my daily dose of EvE. Maybe others could add to this as well
I’m a big blog fan. With the imminent death of Google Reader, i’ve moved to Feedly for my blogging needs. What ever RSS feeder you use, subscribe to http://blogpack.evebloggers.com/ This subscribes you to 30 EvE blogs! It’s maintained by Marc Scaurus (http://scaurus.com/) from here, I subbed to the ones I liked. Also, forum posts from the official EvE forums can also be followed via RSS.
For the drive/commute/walk/fly/warp to work. There’s a ton of good podcast software with AttendaPod my choice on the android. Like the blog pack, there’s a podcast pack as well on http://feeds.feedbur...veonlinepodpack courtesy of Voices from the Void. Have a listen and note the ones you like, especially the awesome High Drag
Firstly have a look at http://wiki.eveonlin...en/wiki/Twitter These are some simple guidelines but it reveals the best thing about twitter and EvE for me, #Tweetfleet. I use clients that support multiple columns like tweetdeck or hootsuite with columns for #Tweetfleet, #RvBEvE and #EvEFanfest. You can use #Tweetfleet to decide who else you want to follow as well.
Apps can do a variety of tasks including checking on your skill queue, mail and market orders. I use Aura for Android and Neocom for iPad. On the web, i’m using o.smium.org for ship fitting. Being a Mac user, I can't use EFT