Games, Design & Game Design

The Future Oncoming

In Overhead, Promo, Self-Reflection on July 5, 2012 at 4:14 pm

This blog has been pretty darn quiet as of late. It’s because new and exciting tools have come into my life that cover 90% of the occasional-post style of content that I’ve generally used a blog for.

My twitter is, of course, my go-to for quick thoughts, one-liners, whining, and advertising.

Over the last year, Google+ has grown to encompass pretty much everything else that I used to blog. From observations on trends in gaming, to making updates about my own works-in-progress, even to being the main place that I publicize new products and projects. The gaming community has really embraced the service in a way that I find to be a perfect blend of forum, social network and cool-shit-sharing, for me.

I am technically still on Facebook, as well, but that’s almost entirely about remembering people’s birthdays and getting event invitations.

Oh! And, if you just want to know about new products, sales, and other me-as-business things, I started an email newsletter that you are welcome to sign up for.

So, what to do with the blog? Readership is generally pretty low, and I’m almost positive that everyone who reads the blog is also following me on the other services. There’s a decent amount of content here that I’m happy to remain existing as an archive, but if you want to actually know what I’m thinking about, working on and doing, I would recommend the above places as the best ways to keep tabs on me.

And who knows, maybe I’ll figure out something cool to do later!

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