Over the last four years, I sat in roughly six job interviews a week. This means that in the last 48 months, I rejected over 900 applicants for a variety of tech and non tech positions. Sometimes it was a tough choice. Mostly, it wasn't. Job interviews are hard. It's
Breaking Bad was great. As a TV series it was supremely unconcerned with instant gratification, and set forth a bold, cinematic vision that showed TV doesn't have to be quick and dirty. It can stand toe-to-toe with the big screen on every level. Its writing was superb. Its characters were
The carpenter walked ahead of the boy, hunting hat clasped over his belly like some kind of shield.
We're letting content creators deliver lazy, badly thought-out content. And we're paying them over the top for it. Don't believe me? Let's try an experiment.
Avengers: Endgame hit movie theatres less than a month ago, and what a juggernaut it is. It spectacularly capped Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and is already climbing its way to unseat Avatar as the largest grossing movie in history. I have no doubt Endgame will eventually make
Princesses, the title of this letter is overly dramatic on purpose. It's a device to capture your attention that in article writing we called a lead, or lede for those with deep-seated traumas that must exorcised by using weird words to feel special. Since you're my daughters, I hope I
Like the man, the smile was uneven. Like the man, the smile was so full of life that it shined.
I started writing game reviews nearly twenty years ago. It was the start of a love-hate relationship with publishers, editors, PR firms, and social media.