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Over the last couple of years I have found less products I am interested in purchasing and end up deleting at least 6 out of 7 emails sent to me from Drop. We need an option for decreasing email frequency. It's all or nothing. Many other sites allow a weekly or monthly email frequency which seems like an easy thing for a computer programmer to arrange. Don't get me wrong, I see something I'd like to check out every so often but the daily delete means this site might get the "Unsubscribe from all emails" when I'm performing email decluttering. How about it Dropsters?
So I have stopped receiving e-mails from Massdrop. It says that I am opted-in for the mails but since months I haven't had any mails for new drops and other stuff. I wonder if there is a invincible block for me on the mailing list.
There are quite a few upset people over on the Persol sunglass discussion thread. We need answers as to why the drop was cut short when there was no maximum quantity limit and the drop still has 2-3 days. thanks
If you are a hardcore Minecraft fan, then you must have known what I am talking about - Clicking techniques. Yes, Minecraft players are crazy about clicking techniques as they have to perform well against their opponents. So basically there are 3 main types of Clicking techniques, Jitter Clicking Drag Clicking Butterfly Clicking I won't go into much detail about each one of them. But I will give you the crisp definition so that you are aware of what all of them are and how one can do them. Also, I will be including a very valuable resource I found recently where you can check your clicks per the second score. For that, thanks to my friend, jack, who recommended to me this amazing website click speed test. So without further ado let's jump onto our main topic of clicking technique. 1) Jitter Clicking - in this method, you generate high vibrations in a very controller manner and these vibrations you transmit to your fingers resulting in mouse clicks. It is one of the best ways...