I thought I smelled some rotting coverage on my hard disk, and it turned out to be the conference coverage from November that I never polished and made publicly available, which I could have done before the holiday break. D'oh!! Anyways it's online now for everyone's viewing pleasure. I still think that the XBLA session coverage included in there is a total gold mine to anyone looking to get their game onto the XBLA platform. Jim Sink held nothing back in his talk.
Here's the tally so far:
- 7 completed
- 8 in progress
- 5 still unresponsive
I'm addicted to Facebook
Yeap, it's all the new fad with me I must say. I pimped out my profile a little more with a few apps. I trolled the profiles of every single one of my friends looking for cool and useful apps and picked up a few. Added a Mood app so I could set my status and mood like MySpace; added a Where I've Been app to map out the countries/states I've visited and would like to visit. Wow I've traveled 15% of the world - not too shabby; I added a Visual Bookshelf app and spent two hours adding all of my Star Wars books and comics - turns out I have a staggering library of 206 Star Wars books. It was quite monumental, despite the fact that I knew I had broken 100 books several years ago (been reading adult Star Wars novels since I was like 14). I even added the tally to my Extended Info section so I can continue to track the number after I've added non-Star Wars books (yes, I do read general fiction and sci-fi too). I'll also use that app to add movies and music; lastly I added a blog RSS feed which ironically is the only thing I can't seem to get to work yet. Go figure.
Oh and I added a LinkedIn app that let me go through all my LinkedIn contacts and see if they had a Facebook profile based on their email - scrounged up a few more friends that way.
C'mon people, networking is fun and potentially profitable. Yes, it is worth the time and effort.
That is all
I'm tired. I should probably get some sleep. I hate sleep. *sigh*