Monday, April 13, 2009

Monthly Top Ten: 10 Women Empowerment Songs

So I recently came upon an old cd I made for a girls night in with my chicas a couple of years ago. It’s a great cd for those times you need an empowerment lift to make it through the day.

I added a few songs so check out the vids and download the tunes. It also makes for a great gift for your girlfriends.

10. Natasha Bedingfield, Unwritten: Great song for finding your inner-strength.

9. TLC, No Scrubs: An oldie but a goody. Perfect for cruisin with your gals.

8. Mary J. Blige, No More Drama: Letting go of the drama. Nuff' said.

7. Indie Arie, I’m Not Your Average Girl: Love thyself. Embrace the faults.

6. Carrie Underwood, Before He Cheats: Oh yes. The vent song.

5. Beyonce Knowles, Single Ladies: Wohohoho...

4. Jill Scott, Golden: Puts a smile on your face and a spring in your step.

3. Alicia Keys, A Woman’s Worth: Classic. Used to play this one over n' over.

2. Chaka Kahn, I’m Every Woman: What's women empowerment without some Chaka Kahn.

1. Desiree, Ya Gotta Be Stronger: Keeps you goin as you conquer the world. Woot!

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Vincetastic said...

Hi Lindsay,
This is a really great top ten list. Scrubs reminds me of high school, even though it hated on men, I still thought it was one of the most catchy songs ever. You can post this to our site and then link back to your site. We are looking for top ten lists and our users can track back to your site. The coolest feature is you can let other people vote on the rankings of your list. There are a lot of song lists on the site, but none like yours specifically about empowerment songs.

cribbble said...

I like singing very much like Adele. the best. is a very sensitive girl. and in addition has only 22-23 years, which seems downright impressive

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Getting to the point; users are not banned for no reason. There are the rare cases of the APR bugging up, but whenever that happens it tends to loop in a lot of users all at once by detecting a false positive. A single player being wrongfully banned by the APR is pretty much unheard of.

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If there were a reliable bug, I would imagine it would be painfully obvious since tons of people would immediately start abusing it as quickly as they could, which is what happens every time someone figures out a bug or exploit.

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The Nation Change Receipt is supposed to be trash-able, though for some reason it is not at the moment. This matter was already submitted to the developers and we're just waiting for them to fix it.

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We do sometimes run promotional events through e-mail campaigns directed towards users who have been with the game a certain amount of time or who have spent certain values of money every now and then. Similarly there are the KOForever story chapters which can really only be appreciated by the game's veterans who've been following the plot over its lifespan

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cosuri cadou said...

Actually, I do everything I can to make sure players don't know when I'm online. There's this whole thing about announcing my presence to every cheater on the server that makes them a lot harder to catch in the act and ban.
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cosuri cadou said...

Like pot-luck Bingo, and the person with the pot ran away at the end! Dang. Maybe the influx of money from the PVP Server event helped fund the new hardware and tool upgrades

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clasamente fotbal said...

Phasing out secondary servers would be done for two purposes. The first is to increase player density on the main server. This sort of action would take place following the opening of a new server and the expected decline in population on other servers as a result. The second reason would be to reduce the sub-server's usefulness to those who would abuse it, such as botters and gold farmers. For instance, one tabled suggestion was reducing the available zones in the sub-servers so that players could only access Moradon, El Morad, and Karus mainlands.

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cribbble said...

It shouldn't be a problem to note that GamersFirst, as a global company, generally pulls in short of four million dollars a quarter. With that in mind, I'm sure you can understand why I get annoyed with players who assume that KOL makes the same sort of revenue as WoW and that we're all driving Ferrari fueled by hundred-dollar bills. As far as game companies go and compared to other Free2Play groups, we're a rather humble bunch.

cribbble said...

My acceptance of ticket numbers through Forum PMs was a means of damage control while official action was being planned. As such, official announcements (in this case, the procedure to apply for account restoration), takes priority.

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Sure, mistakes can happen such as just clicking the wrong character in a large cluster, or a known cheater trying to do identity-theft of a legal player by having a very similar name, or a hacker compromising an account and doing illegal activities (like joy-riding in a stolen car).

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As I've mentioned before, we've been laying down the groundwork for the Sheriff System for the past few weeks now and have been getting it ready for its actual release, though it has not arrived yet. What you're seeing is the in-process part, though I'm not certain that the option lists are supposed to be visible to non-Sheriffs as of yet. But hey, the developers seem to love changing and breaking parts of each new patch completely at random with no warning, so why should this be any different?

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We offer a variety of different prizes and rewards for KC events. The current potion set is just what we're using for the time being and it will likely change again in the future.


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Another problem I come across when pre-announcing KC events is that it confuses players, especially if the announcement isn't made in their native language. English is a secondary tongue to a lot of our players, after all. There have been plenty of times in the past where we've made an announcement like 'Get ready, there's going to be a 3200 KC event in ten minutes!' and a bunch of players will immediately make purchases as soon as they hear it, misunderstanding the announcement and thinking that the sale is going on right then for the next ten minutes. It can be rather problematic.


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Both. After each GM War event was completed, the GMs involved sent out an e-mail chain through to Production listing the cheaters they caught and banned during the event. Similarly, any users observed acting suspiciously but not immediately pegged as cheaters are to be investigated following the completion of the event.


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