Posts Tagged: writing

The Kickstarter Cometh

Assuming all of the approvals go through and there are no hiccups, then within the next 24 hours, I’m going to be launching my first ever Kickstarter campaign. If you’re subscribed to my email list, then you’ve already gotten a sneak preview of it (thanks for the feedback, folks!). I won’t go into heavy details… Read more »

Clean Reader? I dunno…

So this has been circulating the interwebbernets today a bit and it got me thinking. So much so, that it got me writing here. With any luck, it’ll get you thinking, too. In any case, the short version goes something like this: Recently there was a mobile app (iDevice and Android) released called Clean Reader…. Read more »

Hunting for a VCS

Lemme get technical for a second and ask for some suggestions. First though… story time! I use version control for all of my creative projects (3D, animation, graphics, writing). I started years ago with Subversion and eventually migrated to Mercurial. There were a number of reasons for this switch, but the biggest was the ability… Read more »

Open Source Creative Podcast #9 – Tutorial Monkey Button Junkie

This week’s episode talks about tutorials… well, specifically how we tend to treat tutorials. There seems to be an overarching trend toward replicating the process in a tutorial verbatim without actually learning how to apply those techniques elsewhere. People learn how to push a specific series of buttons in a specific way to produce a… Read more »

Open Source Creative Podcast #5 – Status Report, the first!

This episode is a bit more of an update (well… it’s the first one, so I suppose “announcement” makes more sense than update) on the personal projects I’m working on through at least the end of the year… a lot of writing going on in there. I also touch a bit on the new sleep… Read more »