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Archive for July, 2008

Poof You’re Gone —

On February 7th, a kind person mailed in to let me know that there was a text adventure author I should interview. He only did one work, but it was a good work, and he was a generally good author, so I should do my best to include him if I could. I tried to […]

Film Guy —

A little self-discovery’s been nagging away at me for a while. I thought I’d share. I don’t think I’m a film guy. I should have figured this out when I went to film school in the 1990-era realm. In fact, I sort of did; while at the college, I was on the newspaper, AM station, […]

Errors of Inclusion —

Sometimes it’s easy to think that if a project or production is missing something, it’s because the creators totally forgot about it, are in some way mentally damaged and didn’t know about it, or otherwise screwed up. In fact, the amount of effort that goes on behind the scenes to make something usually means that […]

Nobody Knows You —

There was this chat I had a few years back. It was a very memorable chat, because I still remember a sizable chunk of it and I still live off advice from that chat. It was with Jack Rickard, founder and editor of Boardwatch magazine, who had since retired with many millions from the sale […]