I have written 47 novels in the past 25 years, but now I have to check the...– Sir Terry Pratchet, much-loved and prodigious author, was diagnosed with a form of Alzheimer’s at the age of 59. His account is a fascinating read, revealing a dude facing down the slow, gradual loss of himself one day at a time. (via drcairns)
The Back Catalog
Pulp Games Dry Eyes Reconstruction Billy Pilgrim LO-REZ Twilight Underground The Calm Rational Argument Solus Momo the Hedgehog Some past trauma, hidden or invented. Zelda, of Legend High Wire PlayaBots
burnmybiscuits: to what’s going on in our homophobic senate. After the jump, an honest-to-goodness email, verbatim, except for a few identifying details, that an old war buddy sent Alan this week that just… well, you’ll see. Read More This is incredibly touching. Please, everybody read.
Fear and Loathing in Farmville →
Damn. Totally missed this for my MIGS talk. Great summary of some of the “social games panic” that happened at GDC 2010.
Gabe Zichermann: The Tech Industry's Tea Party →
An article likening game designers opposing the concept of “gamification” to tea partiers opposing healthcare reform.
How One Man With An Idea And $1000 Made The Global... →
“Trainyard is the only game I’ve ever made where the final gameplay was the exact same as I planned it out on paper.”
The Noise Pop Holiday Shop Co-Presented By Mission... →
note to self
LOLapps gives an inside look at the success of... →
Awesome data here.