Archive for July, 2009

Quote That Made Me Happy #1

July 16, 2009

“There was about several thousand acres of rape in that photo” – SpoonySeeker

So I had a idea – Collaborative Game Diaries.

July 15, 2009
"I gots me an idea!"

"I gots me an idea!"

picture stolen from here

I’m going to tell you about this now because theres a quite reasonable chance that I wont ever do this. I’m not being a nice guy letting you know this so you can go and make something out of it yourself. I’m doing this because I’m a attention seeking prick who wants everyone to give as much credit for stuff to him as possible and by stating this now I will have recorded the idea first.

Of course I’m not the person who first came up with this. I am the first person that I know of within my gaming circles that’s mentioned it. All this can roughly be boiled down into a one word equivalent.



Why didn’t anyone remind me?

July 13, 2009

I’m not trying to be a games journalist. I have no willpower of any kind when I don’t need or want to do something. Occasionally I get into a phase where I stay awake at night formulating some plan, for example, my last post which was meant to evolve into a deep musing on the essence of virtual worlds. That plan failed becasue I saw no reason to continue and I’m not the type of person to needless write out a bunch of self perpetuating crap.

If I stumble upon something that I can do a regular post about I will only do it if I enjoy it. Thats my new rule.

Theres more than enough places out there where you can get intresting, serious articles. I might as well stick to the stuff I enjoy and hope that it ends up being fun.

I’ll refer back to my first post. This blog “…will neither  be updated regularly nor frequently, unless I enjoy it. If that is the case, it shall be both until I eventually grow tired of it anyway.”

I wasn’t enjoying it. It wasn’t updated much. I did however remeber some of the stuff I did enjoy writing so I never completely gave up on it.

This is my explanation and warning. I’m doing this for me, for selfish reasons. The most I’m hoping for is that my reader likes what I like.