Monthly Archives: July 2013

“Four Horsemen” Debriefing

Well I’m typing this with one wrist/hand broken, so it’ll be brief.   Final report: fixed all issues with indents and spacing.  Must remember: all children of a parent have to go in the same tree, or they don’t work! … Continue reading

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On Characterization… my Downfall

Yes, you get two posts this week, because I didn’t do any last week.  This one’s more writing-entailed: I LOVE worldbuilding.  Ohhh yeah.  But oddly, characterization is where I have a downfall. I mean, a serious one.  Back when my … Continue reading

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Baby’s First Patch Notes/Bug Report

Wow.  It’s a milestone; I’ve reached the point in my small dev career wherein I need to start doing these – if only for my own purposes.  But then I figured you know it might be good to post these … Continue reading

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Strength in Numbers (of blocks?)

This post was inspired by a LiveJournal entry by a friend of mine, author Jim C Hines.  He did a talk recently on sexism and kick-butt heroines in Science Fiction and Fantasy.  We’ve seen them in books countless times, certainly; … Continue reading

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