• magisterrex Retro Games


    I've been gaming since the days of Pong and still own a working Atari 2600. I tend to ramble on about retro games, whether they be board games, video games or PC games. Sometimes I digress. Decades after earning it, I'm finally putting the skills I learned while completing my history degree from the University of Victoria to good use. Or so I think. If you're into classic old school gaming, this blog is for you!

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Is PayPal Changing For The Better?

I’ve written a few blog entries about some of the past injustices that PayPal has perpetrated upon people who deserved better. I’ve always seen them as a potential danger, not a trusted partner, due to their shoot-first-ask-questions-later method of dealing with problems. I was pleasantly surprised to see a story on CNET this morning that indicated that those days may be over, and that PayPal may be returning to its roots of strong seller support. It appears that David Marcus, the new President of PayPal is looking to drive reform, and restore the payment giant’s online reputation among sellers, starting with the onerous and well-disliked payment freeze policy.  Hopefully this is a sign of good things to come!  Read the full article from CNET here: PayPal exec gets personally involved in account dispute

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