Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Recovery, Getting ready to move again.

And so I've pre-emptively moved the HTUR content away from this blog so we can prepare for the closed beta. I'll be elsewhere indiegamerinos.. [^ Contact TAB ^]

Top secret project has begun!

Monday, April 28, 2014

Final stretch

Crunch time after lunch time. Lots of Gospel in this project.

Friday, April 25, 2014

[Mini-Project] Quell your impatience with Nintendo stencils :

Ehhh.. I'm not in the mood to tag and do funky things to all the pictures. BUT! Speaking of tagging let me show you how I made this :

Actually my main is ToonLink// Look out for Croxy
Just you wait... [ Pic related ]  

They make me want to dance.

Let's just say that pain is beauty :

We call em piss ants in these parts [ Video Unrelated ]

Games - 'Everything Is Working' 7"

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Good Answer

In summary, GDP is a misleading figure if you are looking to explain exchange rates. In reality, a huge number of factors affect exchange rates like imports, exports, interest rates, economic stability, foreign investment, economic growth and inflation.

How about we pay workers what they're worth? 

Saturday, April 19, 2014

AdventureTime : Cove Terrace Car Show

Just quickly want to thank everyone at Cove Terrace today who was nice enough to chat with me. 
Cool Clubs: 

Friday, April 18, 2014

Evangelist Piracy

I've been volunteering my musical passion/experience at a local church out here in central Texas for about two months now. It's great to gain a broader understanding of people in the area and fun to compare/contrast the local culture with that of my hometown. 'Red-State-Bilbe-Thumpin'' folks are as nice as anyone else. One thing ties Americans together that is a pretty underrated statistic. Around 1:3 US Citizens are active bit-torrent users. That's right. I live in a country where nearly every other person is a 'pirate' , even in the church. While this is a regular point of controversy  ( file-sharing's impact on commerce versus availability of access to the world of information/tech. ) one thing that unites this taboo is evangelism. When people have the option to consume within autonomous  logistics or 'unlimited free trial' two interesting things emerge. First is apparent reach of content becomes far more clear. Check any magnet tracker and upon browsing anyone can discover what the most popular show around is. Second is elimination of buyers remorse. This side-effect is more interesting to me. Many software companies discourage piracy by offering freeware to introduce possibilities of a tool to customers. But those who gain working experience and learn from this 'unlimited demo' exchange make more informed decisions when purchasing software, invest more into that ecosystem, and tell every person they can how great that tool is. The grey area of actively seeking new tools and being gifted bootleg ware is as old as portable media. In response to this global culture of peers organizations like Adobe have completely restructured their licensing strategy by doing things like adopting the subscriber model or even F2P ( ie. Wix ). To me it seems the more information that consumers have the better the market will respond to the needs of what a 'legitimate' channel is. Have you been compensated for the number of software sales you've inspired? We don't talk about it.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Over Vs. Through

I'm really glad to have met so many interesting folks through the internet. Particularly during the growth of new media I've made some real friends. It has become difficult to get to know people over the internet however. I know some people who have really made it work and I'm adjusting to it but to me the difference in that open society is like getting to know someone over a cup of coffee opposed to through the experiences at the coffee shop. 

-'Nah mean? - AC