Project 365 Year Two: 2014 Edition

I have taken and published one photograph per day for the past two years. I started this in 2013. I had so much fun, that I decided to do it again in 2014, knowing that it would be harder to produce a unique and interesting photograph for a second year running. I used similar tools and methodology in 2014 as…

2014 Videogame Highlights

I have other interests and activities besides videogames that occupy my time, so it’s uncommon for me to start games, much less complete them. I dislike adding to my long list of partially played games, and I rarely play games at launch anymore unless I’m extremely hyped. If I’m interested in a game, I make a note of it, then I eventually get around…

Harassment and Marginalization in Videogame Culture

It has been a long time since I’ve commented about anything related to misogyny and other forms of bigotry in videogame culture, much less specific incidents. Although I noted more than a year ago that the discourse is shifting, that we’re seeing more and more coverage on mainstream sites about marginalized groups of gamers, we’re also seeing greater backlash from the vocal…

Things That Have Been Keeping Me Busy

It has been almost a year since I wrote anything game-related on this blog. Although this blog hasn’t been active, I have been doing things. Here’s a rundown. Conventions This past March, I attended the Game Developers Conference. I had an amazing time at GDC 2014. I say this almost every year, but this was probably the best and my…

My Project 365: 2013 Edition

One year ago today, I decided to participate in Project 365. Project 365 is a photography project where participants take one photo every day for 365 days. It’s self-directed, so participants can set their own standards, use whatever tools they want, whether it’s taking photos with a smartphone or DSLR or even film camera, and post their photos to whatever…