…in which I tell you what spirit animal guides my skill at being able to play stealthy action games.
…in which I tell you about Felicia Day’s new book You’re Never Weird On The Internet (Almost), why it was great (buy it), and why because of it I’ll be dusting off the old blog and will come back to it with renewed energy.
Today, after 5 years of operation, Warhammer Online is shutting it’s doors. As far as MMOs go, that’s not a bad run of it, and it’s probably a good a time as any to drop a blog post update here at Overly Positive. For many
Every so often you tend to find the sort of things that happen online that are, essentially, “popcorn” events – the sort that you watch from a distance, wonder what the heck happened, yet are intrigued simply by the insanity and personalities involved. Such as
I’ve always said that Community people will read and take in any feedback that’s shot their way, and that’s the way it should be. After all, one of the main things that Community folks do is to read and sift through the things that people
If you’ve been reading these Community Series articles that Kristen and I have been writing, then you probably saw my previous post about how communty professionals deal with the shit hitting the fan in terms of situations out of their control, the example case being
Recently on Reddit I got to being one of the moderators for a smallish but growing subreddit of around 7000 or so. I found this to be an interesting new opportunity, honestly. I think if you’ve been reading my blog by now you’ve gotten an
Community Series – The Non-Disclosure Agreement Cake of Games, And Why You Don’t Eat It Before It’s Done
Recently I’ve been seeing a lot of posts fly around about NDAs for games, why they do or do not have merit, and various other opinions about their value. It’s kind of funny sometimes, because you see so many extremes about what you see in
I don’t watch TV that much these days, but when I do, I’m a fan of shows that break molds and don’t follow formulaic tropes that I’ve seen, though I can make exceptions for strong characters or favorite actors (the new Hawaii Five-O is an
Today’s crazy top news item in social media was just the thing needed to continue on with the Community series of posts Kristen Fuller and I are crafting. In case you hadn’t heard about what happened to poor Burger King’s Twitter account today, what we