Sometimes problems just come back to haunt us. If you didn’t read my previous Zombie Problems post, one of the old projects I used to consult on is being re-imagined by someone else. If not completely reviving it, trying a new variation. Now the project is still pretty much an attempt to create a community […]Read more "Zombie Problems: Mindset Blinders"
Undead, animated skeletons, and zombies have been part of the fantasy and horror genres’ list of potential problems for generations. And each setting has their individual spin on why things that have died are coming back to haunt or hunt the living. I like to calls these recurring adventures. But in reality they are just […]Read more "Zombie Problems: Poor Solutions TO Legitimate Problems."
I have been really busy lately and I haven’t really had a story or topic that I’ve wanted to share in text. But today we’re going to be talking levels of effort. Now this is something that does come up in some of my new projects. People who put more effort and skill into the […]Read more "Doing Your Best: Skill Management"
“Let’s see what they bring to the table.” This phrase is a vestige of the time when tables were a major feature of deal making. While business negotiations happened lunch and dinner tables well into the 1980s and 1990s this was not where the practice began. The table one eats at held immense significance starting […]Read more "Know Whose Table You Eat At."
So I’ve been slacking when it comes to producing content for the blog. I could try and pass it off as me taking a break to recoup my wits, but that’s really not the case. I’ve been going through training for a new job and I’ve been letting less important things fill my time to […]Read more "Precedents: Ideals and their Logical Conclusion"
“Some places are so hot you could boil water [with the radiation pockets].”– Armory Attendant in Metro Last Light. With everything going on from a global pandemic to people being required to wear filtration masks or just masks in their day to day interactions out in the world, I decided to revisit the Metro series. […]Read more "Primary Problems as Tertiary Problems."