• I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately about accepting freelance design work. I’ve had a number of discussions with content creators and streamers who’re looking to get work done and I feel like I could provide that. Now I just have to drum up the confidence to get moving.

  • I’m going to try converting my custom Ghost theme Outpost into one that would be usable on a Micro.blog site. I feel like it’s one of the main reasons I haven’t made a full switch yet and it would be nice to keep everything in one place again.

  • While watching a movie, my son finds a dude getting shot in the ass with a dart particularly funny. It’s clear I’ve passed on all the wisdom I can to him.

  • After only one day with iOS 13 installed, I reverted back to 12. I think I’ve realized that I really just need a dependable, functional device to keep notes, take photos of my kid, listen to music, etc. Or maybe I’m just old.

  • For all the negativity online, I enjoyed Tom King’s Knightmares arc on Batman. Aside from the couple Flash crossover issues, the main story was pretty great and the payoff in issue #70 was worth it in my opinion.

  • I quickly jumped over to the Google Store and pre-ordered the Stadia Founder's Edition before remembering that the games available at launch are not exclusives, and use a controller instead of a keyboard/mouse.

    Sooo I'm cancelling... I think?

  • Taking a look back through the Nintendo eShop on the Switch, there's some really great stuff on there, some of which I've already played and some that are entirely new to me.

    I've enjoyed revisiting Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. It doesn't reinvent the wheel or add much—if anything—to the original game but it's surprising how little of it feels dated. It also feels and plays pretty well on the Switch.

    Another one I've had a blast so far lately is Shakedown: Hawaii. I'm in love with art and animation style. It's amazing how much life pops out of each pixel. There's a million things to do so it definitely scratches that completionist itch.

  • Marvel adding Patrick Gleason to the rotation of Amazing Spider-Man artists is yet another slam dunk for the book. It’ll be tough to see Humberto Ramos go but I’m sure it’s not the last time we’ll see him drawing Spidey.

  • I was browsing Twitter tonight and noticed someone asking followers what the first RPG they remember playing was.

    While I’m not certain it was the first one I played, I distinctly remember playing through the entirely of Secret of Evermore on the SNES. I loved traveling through the different realms, seeing what changed… and the dog was super cool. 🐕

  • The campaign in Far Cry: New Dawn has some of the worst pacing I’ve ever seen in a game. An otherwise entertaining, action-packed Far Cry title blows it in the 11th hour by dropping you into sluggish, uninteresting missions. Very disappointing.