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About lordpi

World's Foremost Satirist, Aspirant

Hello Word[press] is a collection of articles.  Many are about the creative edge (ie the ‘new’ creative frontiers of play, sequential art, and motion pictures accompanied by an audio track). Most of the articles aren’t about the rose-tinted future we’ve been … Continue reading

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Goodbye Spaces [2004-2010]

What is a unique resource locator?  By any other name, it would still describe where a particular resource is and how to access it.  It would still smell as sweet.  Like nerd rage. But is more than just an … Continue reading

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E3 2009: Evaluating Incomplete Games

Video games, exhibited at a convention [e.g. E3, PAX], will be in one of the various stages of development: recently shipped, shipping to stores, will ship in a few months, will ship over the holidays, are years away from release, … Continue reading

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E3 2009: The Predictions

Today is the day that everyone gets to be wrong. If you were to browse to a website that specializes in video game news.  Wait…  Gosh.  Hopefully, y’all will press the back button and read the rest of this post. … Continue reading

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E3 2009: An Introduction

It’s coming.  June 1st, 2009.  Ready or not. What is E3? The acronym for the Electronic Entertainment Exposition.  An industry trade show that is used to showcase video-games. E3 was originally created to provide an environment where video-game publishers could … Continue reading

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NaNo 2008: An Introduction

National Novel Writing Month [or NaNoWriMo, for short] begins Saturday, November 1st.  The idea behind NaNoWriMo is that you are supposed to write a 50000+ word book, from start to finish, during the course of the month.  You can outline/prepare … Continue reading

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Presidential Planetary Platform

It’s sad how much the presidential candidates (Senator Obama and Senator McCain) have been ignoring the most pressing issue of the election: Plutoids Let’s face it, the majority of the people eligible to vote don’t care about taxes, war, drugs, … Continue reading

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