I’m not usually the type to reply to chain letters and such, but I’ll make an exception for the sake of the evergrowing blogosphere. I just got tagged by Ed Lau in a bloggy kind of way. The game is a little different than in the school yard, however, as I must disclose five things [...]
Archive for December, 2006
It’s been a tough battle with the almighty search engine for me, but it seems like I’m finally starting to make some progress. I got an unsolicited email the other day that I was just going to delete thinking it was spam, but it turned out to be a potential client who (I’m assuming) stumbled [...]
I am posting this entry from my Wii and it is wicked awesome, though the on-screen keyboard is a little cumbersome to use. It does have an option for predictive text, which is quite nice. I think I’m doing about 10 to 15 wpm.
Anyone that knows me knows that I’m very big on video games. Heck, I’ve grown up squishing goombas and shooting hadoukens out of my hands. Luckily for me, I’ve also parlayed it into a career of sorts, writing for LoveToKnow Video Games, SpinTop Games, and — most recently — VirtualReality.ca. That’s why it’s with a [...]
I’ve written on something similar in the past, but it is a fairly prominent issue in my life (and in the lives of many 20-somethings in the Greater Vancouver area). Real estate prices are just too high for the average Joe (or Michael, as the case may be) to make their first foray. After all, [...]