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Kickstarter Hate

November 8, 2011


I’ve been researching about crowd funding in order to prepare the Zombie Roller Derby project for a public market.  The premise is simple: submit your proposal for public review, promote it as much as possible, and if it’s a good idea, people will give you money to make it happen.  The reality is far more complicated. […]

Mmm… brains…

October 12, 2011


This is a game I want to play. More to the point, however, this is a website I want to use.  Will use.  Plan to use.  Soon.  To make money.  Lots of money.  Mmmm… money… See, I’ve known what I wanted to do with my life since I was twelve.  But apart from the large amount […]

Well, I’ve gone and done it…

October 8, 2011

0 That’s the name of the site.  Check it out, but be warned: it’s mostly about roleplaying.  D&D.  Planescape.  Best.  Setting.  Ever. I think I like it because of the philosophical application.  Basically, it’s a fantasy setting where the players (main characters, for those who aren’t as familiar with roleplaying) are travellers who visit other […]

I’m seriously considering…

October 6, 2011


…starting a major writing project.  The problem is that I know there’s no end-goal in sight. Let’s review: I’m doing the stay-at-home-dad bit, and it’s going well.  I wake up and make breakfast for the family; I work out while my daughter watches some TV; I play with the kid, or we do some lessons […]

Art and Video Games

April 22, 2010


At first glance, the two subjects are as far apart as possible.  Who would consider the Mario Brothers and their franchise as art?  Or Grand Theft Auto?  Video games are made for kids, or adults who never really grew up.  Seriously. At least, that’s the opinion of some critics.  They refuse to accept any new […]

How prophetic…

March 24, 2010


Actually, I can see this sort of thing happening.  Sad.

More awesomeness…

March 10, 2010


I love physics games.  This one is sure to take away my time.