Cliff is a guy I know originally from my PEV videos, he was a frequent commenter on them. From watching my 3D printing videos it got him interested in that hobby too, he has at least a couple printers now. Cliff is also a long time WoW player so we share a lot of interests. Well he had a weird problem with his one printer that I gave him a suggestion on how to fix. The suggestion worked. As thanks for the help Cliff send me 250,000 gold in WoW, a HUGE chunk of virtual currency. He sent me a big chunk of cash before as well. When combined with my already existing funds I am now a virtual millionaire in game. I thanked Cliff for his extreme generosity. Unfortunately at the moment I don’t have anything pressing to buy in game. If anything it would be great if somehow that gold could funnel to my character in the newly released WoW classic where money is MUCH more difficult to come by and accumulate.
Last night I spent a good chunk of time working on Cindy’s computer. She said she wasn’t able to get on the internet. When I hopped on there I saw that her browser had been hijacked. When you would try to start the browser it would try to launch some PDF file on a hacked wordpress site. It took awhile for me to clean it up. The bad thing about malware like this is there is always the possibility it planted a seed somewhere else on the computer that will grow again. There are so many potential landmines now on the internet, even a trained pro like myself sometimes has to really examine pages carefully to make sure they aren’t waiting to blow up in my face.
I received my replacement AnyCubic I3 Mega yesterday. I had it up and printing in no more than 30 minutes. Sure the quality is not close to what the Prusa offers but for a fifth of the price, these printers have done thousands of hours of work for me. They definitely have offered the most bang for the buck. I still plan on adding a second Prusa once 3D store revenue can pay for it. With the way sales have been going, that won’t take very long.