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Gaming in a Bubble

It doesn’t look so bad, at first. Gamers start with structures and routines and improve our mental reflexes, test our psychological boundaries and have varying…

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Chrono Trigger – The Underdog

This article was originally featured at HonestGamers.com Where I Began I have a vague recollection of the first time I picked up a Super Nintendo…

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Planning for failure

I spent twelve years composing music (“tracking”) for Trideja, and having officially retired sometime in … 2001, I’ve stayed in contact with those still active in the scene and even contribute here and there when time allows. Tracking is a time consuming process, moreso than picking up any instrument, though that’s not the measure of its value.

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Messy Transition (Hopefully Not)

I’m going to migrate the content of my gaming blog to this, as I realized there’s no reason to segregate the material. It may upset…

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David, Thank You

My thoughts are small at this time, they certainly seem so in the wake of the loss on such a great scale. I have never known a man able to connect zithromax no prescription with experience so honestly, and I know I never shall again. He was a man of the time, greater than any time lord, more fragile than any child, stronger and broader than any foundation.

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How To Make a True Random Playlist

‘Psuedo-random’ is how I heard a programmer refer to most number generators. What makes one truly random I have no idea, but a real impact of this process is seeing the same numbers on rapid succession, hence the psuedo.

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Retail Rocks

We seem to have come at it from the wrong end of things: if it’s broken, throw money at it. My nephew made an amusing and accurate observation while we examined the purpose of three waist-high rock laid on the corner of access to a parking lot.

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Don’t Stop Writing

So much can get in the way, but for every successful writer I have witnessed one constant: A trail of countless words. Be a critic, be an editor, find your specialty, but don’t stop for a moment. Get a few words in a day, or every other day, once a week.

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On it’s face; Carrying on Anyway

So no quality reviewers. I’ll admit it; but there’s lots to do, so, moving on. Requiring approval has never been a thing for me. All that being said, I have been getting quite a lot thanks to Twitter. What useful tool! More the flavor is followers who think I have money (to spend on them) or might be a source of profit (ditto).

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Quietly rewriting Sector Bomb

Sector Bomb is, under another title, at present, a big fat draft. I love big fat drafts. They’ve got lots of ideas, plenty of editing…

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