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Okay, so I lied.

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Stephen R

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I don't have a version of nanodude to release yet because, well, I haven't touched code in a few days. One of those periodic "Is coding for me? But there are so many interresting things you can do, and you code?" phases. They are fun enough - I usually just go around doing other things for a while with no real goal in mind, then come back to coding eventually. These burn outs happen every so often. I think I'm going to have to find some regular group activity in real life. I've been going to the gym for a few months now, but there is no real interraction there, and meeting up with friends is a sporadic event.

I did though make damn sure NOT to post an "I'm leaving GDNet forever" post in the lounge, because its a well known fact that once you get into GDNet you stay there.

I have work thisevening, but when I get back I'll start on the list of touch ups I have to do for nanodude.
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I code precisely because everything else in the world is so boring compared to it.

You'll sit around for a couple of months fiddling about and then get back into games. Don't worry.

And GDNet is like the mob -- there's only one way to leave and it's off the pier behind Rhino's shifty Korean love-bride warehouse.

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Hey, don't worry, I'm not going anywhere. I'm still coding, and intend to continue it, but its just that sometimes I get restless hobby-wise.

And its odd because I don't find other things dull. In fact most other activities I can really enjoy because they can be as complicated and subtle as coding is. Its just a case of balance - get in just enough other activities that I value my coding time, and not resent the fact that coding time = all the time.

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