Category Archives: Life

SIEGE 2016: Serendipity In Events Gamers Envision

After SIEGE 2014, I wrote a blog entitled: SIEGE 2014: Don’t Judge This Book by It’s Cover. This is it’s sequel, and as before, I will be using [..]

Life

Ask the Next Question…

A person I just met at a GGDA meet-up asked if he could talk with me about my business and the games business in general. He’s a student [..]

Games, Life, Programming

Living in A Pretentious World

pre·ten·tious      pr??ten(t)SH?s adjective     attempting to impress by affecting importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed. ———- Here’s 10 signs we’re living in a pretentious world [..]

Games, Life

Succeeding in Games: A Blog to Myself

How do I break into the games business? How do I create successful games? How do I succeed in games? How do I make my own games (the [..]

Clutter, Games, Life, Programming

SIEGE 2014: You Can’t Judge This Book By It’s Cover

SIEGE 2014: You Can’t Judge This Book By It’s Cover

Games, Life

Love My Customers

First, I wasn’t sure what to title this. I just hit 50 sales and I wanted to take a moment just to tell my customers how happy it [..]

Clutter, Games, Life

10 Reasons I Still Love What I Do (not just progamming):

This could as easily been called “Why I Love Programming (now)” which I promised to write way back in “Why I Love Programming (then)” and “Why I love [..]

Games, Life, Programming

Clutter III – Updates and Questions Asked

First, I just got my 3rd Tip/Donation yesterday. Truly awesome (I obviously missed the 2nd Tip or I’m sure I would have blogged about that too). Also, I [..]

Clutter, Games, Life, Programming

The Modern Age

As the powers-that-be continue to disappoint, I’m forced to reflect on the upside of living in 2013 and the many ways that the wonders of modern technology continue [..]

Games, Life, Programming

Review of “Designing Games” by Tynan Sylvester

I only have one complaint about this book…it ended. I wanted the author, Tynan Sylvester to go on for at least another 200 pages. Hopefully, one day, he’ll [..]

Games, Life, Programming