When I was first asked to join team AcaGameia eight years ago, I was just a lifelong gamer with a lot of passion for my hobby. My friend, our team captain, asked me to join and help the team raise money for Flint’s Hurley Children’s Hospital. I lived over a thousand miles away and was,
We want to share our team’s acquired knowledge about how to effectively team up with others who may be half a world away. What works, what is difficult, and what does not work. We also want to share what we are going to try in the future to be able to interact with our more remote members.
This week Tim comes clean about why he is a part of the Extra Life Charity.
Hey, if you’re tired of the Hashtag Gamergate nonsense you should probably avoid this post. There will be gifs of happy animals at the end, though.
This week Tim gets distracted by a long form post published under three hours before this one, and decides to utterly change his topic. He hopes it won’t show in the improvised writing style, but it does. A lot.
This week Tim throws down the gauntlet on Ubisoft, a company completely known for being perfect in every way, shape, and form and not already beaten to a pulp for other offenses. Oh, wait, no, it’s the opposite of that. Oh well, easy target.
Laura Kate Dale released a demo for “You Are The Reason,” and you should download and play it.
This week Tim finds out that he’s going to be able to meet his sister’s beau for the first time, and you all know what that means: being put in separate rooms until they get used to the smells of each other. Or board games, those work too.
This past weekend I attended Trotcon, a My Little Pony convention that takes place every year at the Sheraton in Columbus. This was my second year attending Trotcon, so I managed to take things in at a more reasonable pace. The convention has, for the most part, a relaxed welcoming atmosphere; while the majority of
This week Tim finally publishes the long-awaited editorial about Leigh Alexander’s “The Unearthing.” Was it worth the wait? Were the Jewish communities in Spain safe after the completion of the Reconquista? Read on to find out!