I would rather... *thinks for a long while*
be sub-10, because then there might maybe possibly be a chance that I'd end up with 99,999 YouTube subscribers sometime, and even if I don't get the subs, I would just focus on being fast.
Would You Rather:
A. Get a new PB every solve on every...
I made a TI-83 Plus program for scrambling and timing solves, and actually set a PB with it. I might (emphasis on might) post it in here if I get enough time. Anyway, if you guys have a similar program you made, I'd love to check it out!
Oh. You could just do a citation if you wanted, and I think that would take care of any copyright issues.
In any case, even if you feel you can't do that, I think your site was still good inspiration.
I got a PB on Wednesday. 12.078 seconds, whereas my previous PB was 14.18.
I also got a PB Ao5 (16.37, previously it was 20.93) and about 7 PB Ao12s in the same session.
Also got PBs for Mo2 & Mo3.
Awesome, because I had a very lucky session, and now some new PBs!
Just want to say I'm a fan of your site, ruwix.com, as it helped get me into cubing. I really think the beginner's method was great.
I will say one thing I would change, and it would be the OLL algorithms.
Here is a list of good ones: http://algdb.net/puzzle/333/oll
After that, it'll be DNA, but they convert it into a number somehow and put it on a plastic card.
I think that would be cool and future-ish, but if someone got a hold of someone else's card, it'd be like watching the second half of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, but without the original...