It seems to me like Steam is becoming more like Facebook everyday with it emphasis on creating a social network for gamers.

Steam now has a link at the top of every profile to check out friends that you have in common with other people. Here is a screenshot of that:

I’m not really sure how useful this feature is, but maybe some people like using it to get a sense of how small the interwebz really are?

An awesom-o image that I found on Digg:

Team Fortress 2 is currently my favourite video game, but I find it odd that all 9 character classes are male. Guys tend to be surprised to hear female voices over the mic, and it is greatly due to the fact that there are fewer female players, but I feel that the range of characters also reinforces that. Where is our representation? I have talked about this before with friends, and they asked me which character I wish had been created as a woman.

I have always thought that the heavy would also be pretty kick-ass as a woman, so here is my interpretation:

Please Digg this !

My Sources:
Hair
Heavy
Gave me a kick in the pants so to speak – motivation 🙂