I was writing down a to-do list at work today and realised it was getting out of hand. Not the list of things I needed to finish; whilst there’s plenty on it, it’s not intimidating, just a lot of work. What struck me was the number of non-essential “exploratory” ideas I wrote down towards the… Continue reading Too many interesting things
Well, alright, I <3 Valve. If you play PC games at all it’s very difficult not to love Valve just a little bit. They’re so unashamedly keen, and successful, and funny, and community-minded, and clever with PR, and, and, and stuff, that you can’t help yourself. But I bloody HATE the sales they have on… Continue reading I hate Valve
I was killing some time and a random selection of links took me via the Doghouse Diaries to this post on Not Even Philosophy about various things Apple have done, including the changes to the iPhone developer agreement, and it got me thinking about Adobe Flash. In particular, this section: Not only is it Apple’s… Continue reading Why does everyone hate Flash?
It seems a shame to rub it in (as there are now no flights in or out of the UK due to volcanic ash clouds straying from Iceland) but this time last week we were in a very sunny NYC. On arrival on Thursday 8th April, we dumped our luggage at the Edison hotel, Times… Continue reading Top of the Rock, NYC
Thanks to Assassin’s Creed 2 (set in Florence) we’ve just enjoyed a few days break in Pisa and Florence. Now I’ve discovered that K will travel to the places on my hit-list, provided he can play a video game set there first, I’m on the look-out for new games set in Japan, Vietnam, South Africa,… Continue reading Firenze frolics