Watching Ultraviolet again years after I first saw it. It’s still the most Delta Green-ish show I’ve seen. Terrific series — why no sequel?
Book-length critical appraisal of a single videogame? Shut up and take my money! http://t.co/iIfz1xBZ
It’s hard to put a word count on writer Brendan Keogh. During my time at Ars Technica he pitched me what I thought was a great article idea: He was going to embed himself in a game jam, staying up just as late as the participants, and write about the game creation process as it happened. We agreed o…
Read through all eight volumes of Dork Tower by @muskrat_john and it was like riding the Tardis through gaming history. http://t.co/kv4Df6En
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Trying to spot a shopping cart return spot in the parking lot, I caught myself thinking, “Looking for the Yellow Sign . . .”
Wired’s GeekDad columnist did a great write-up of my new job within Microsoft: http://t.co/2AmRmDiB
The 2013 Microsoft Imagine Cup registration is well underway with the tag line, "All dreams are now welcome." When I first heard about the changes, I was concerned about the shift in focus. After all, part of what made the Imagine Cup distinct among programming competitions was it's focus on global …
Very productive evening writing new material for #Puppetland #rpg. Amazing, horrifying Actual Play from gamers here: http://t.co/porc6lif
The transcription is just the dialogue, because that’s all there is for the game mechnaics. Occasionally, I as the Narrator would fill in a piece of the puzzle sheet representing each of the characters, but I did not make a notation in this document. Perhaps you can guess where the puppets went as…