It doesn’t happen often, but every now and again the Oxford Comma discussion pops up in my Twitter feed. And every now and again, I admit to having no love for the optional serial comma that precedes the word “and” in a list of three or more objects. This promptly outs me to the rest […]
Age 14 was about the height of my love for video games, and at the time nothing seemed more amazing for a fan of games than the yearly Electronic Entertainment Expo. E3 was always one of the craziest things about which to read — or more accurately, of which to see photos in glossy gaming […]
In which I discuss what we’re working on and our new “Star Trek” blog.
Here’s a massive list of all the reasons I haven’t been blogging of late.
Here’s what we did for SO YOU CREATED A WORMHOLE promotion for Valentine’s Day.
TL;DR — if you think something you’re doing would be irritating if someone else did it, don’t do it.
When writing children, remember that they’re characters, not plot devices.
This week I checked out Tarantino’s latest and thought about some games that aren’t happy about you playing them.
Been a pretty awesome year. Here’s a quick thanks to everyone who helped make it possible.
A little bit about my involvement with the Koobismo project, and minimizing conflicts of interest.