If you’re like me, you love(d) using Nick Mihailovski’s Google Analytics Report Automation (Magic Script) for automating your data pulls from Google Analytics. As of April 2014, Google launched an Add-On’s feature which includes an awesome, upgraded version of Nick’s Google Analytics magic script. The only problem is that you can no longer automate your reports.
If Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Shadow of the Colossus were mashed together with a sprinkle of MMO, you’d get Dark Souls II. I haven’t picked up a new game in a long time since Playstation Plus started handing out free games almost two years ago. With the release of South Park: The Stick of Truth, I wanted to play a good RPG game (just not that one specifically).
Spring is here! One of my favourite things to do during spring (aside from eating spring-like food) is spring cleaning. Over time, you begin to collect things that you thought might have been interesting or useful only to find out that it sat in the basement and forgotten about. Never to see daylight again.
Twitter’s the same way; someone might have followed you and then you followed them back to be nice, only to listen to them talk about irrelevant information. The more and more people you follow, the more cluttered your newsfeed becomes. Here are six tips for spring cleaning your twitter account.