When you were a kid, you had to listen to your mother. She was a play-by-play person, and you felt she was right to do this. When she turned 16, she made the best friends you could with your peers and the rest of the world. When she passed, she made the most of what she learned and was incredibly grateful for it.
That’s why it’s so hard to have a conversation with your mother when she’s not around. She’s so busy being mom, that she doesn’t have time to talk to you. Not to mention, she’s pretty shy. When she’s around, the whole world is her friend.
While I respect the sentiment behind this, I feel she should just go away. Not only is she still very young, but she has a lot of life and energy left in her.
If I were to take away the language barrier, I would be hard pressed to explain why this is a good idea. In fact, I think I might already have given up trying to explain it to my wife (in a foreign language) and family.
I agree with the sentiment behind the idea of talking to your opponent, but I think it would be better to avoid the topic altogether. I think discussing your feelings with your opponent and how you feel about them is too much like talking to a computer and being on the internet. It’s just not very human.
Desactivar is a fairly new tool in the game of chess that allows you to talk to your opponent from a remote location (a server) without the use of a normal game board. It does this by sending you audio messages rather than video, but that’s not a bad thing because it keeps the game from becoming a digital chess game. That being said, I’m not sure if I would want to talk to my opponent through a desactivar server when I’m playing online.
desactivar is great for the game of chess because it allows you to play from a remote location. But then its also great for other things, so theres a balance to be struck. I don’t think you’d want to talk to your opponents on the desactivar server, because you don’t know what they’ll say or what they might say in response.
The other good thing about desactivar is that it will let you talk to your opponent on the server, but not on the phone. So it can be used as a chat client rather than a voice-only chat client.
You can do this with any server, but it has to be a server that supports TCP/IP protocol. The desactivar server supports both, and this makes it an excellent choice for game of chess.
The desactivar server does a nice job of allowing the chat clients to share the same channel with each other, so you can join a game and find out what your opponent (or an opponent’s opponent) is thinking, even when you’re not in the same room.