There is so much uncertainty in the air. Uncertainty as far as what the future looks like for the United States; Uncertainty as far as what the pandemic might bring. Everywhere one looks, they are told to think in a certain way. Due to fear, masked in the veil of compassion/the right thing to do,Continue reading “Tis the Season”
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From Across the Net – “Preparation Is Not Panic and Confusion is Not Chaos”
“Not only that, but we add to the problem by looking for an empty shelf in the grocery store, Instagramming it, and describing it as “panic,” even when many other nearby shelves are full, and even when there is a whole truckload of food waiting at the unloading dock.”
Anxiety – The Faulty Spider-Sense
When everything is changing.
From Across the Net – “How it feels to release an indie game in 2019”
Fun to see Nelson on the front page of Polygon. “I knew that games are built from dreams and tricks, but seeing first-hand how much it hurts a team to not put in a last little detail that might add cohesion to a world because there’s a critical bug elsewhere made me reconsider how IContinue reading “From Across the Net – “How it feels to release an indie game in 2019””
You’re Going to Hell
The devil’s lies even infect the church.