“Do Over!” by the numbers

Okay, remember, it’s way, way early here. But I’ve had “Do Over!” on sale for almost two weeks, and thought I’d give my thoughts and observations about epublishing as it stands today. For my newish readers, I’ve been in the epublishing game for a long, long time. About a dozen years ago I co-founded a …

At it again

So, Jeff and I have been talking a lot lately, we’re interested in doing something with Maximum Geek. It’s near and dear to our hearts and we’d like to see it not just fall apart because we’re disorganized and sometimes not all that mentally stable. So, as has happened in the past I’m posting a …

Believe

Belief is powerful. Belief can heal and it can destroy. I believe in a lot of things but until now I didn’t know what it was to believe in a person. I’ve never been about the individual when it comes to belief. Belief in one person is dangerous, I’m someone who believes in ideas. I’m …

I’ve Seen the Future

Live Mesh proves that Microsoft gets it. It’s taken a long time for Microsoft to realize the importance of the cloud and cloud computing, but with Live Mesh we’ve seen a killer app that really gets it. The concept of Live Mesh is pretty simple and not really new. Basically it’s a way to store …

MMO Licensing Part 3: New Kids On The Block

No no no, not the band. I’m talking about the newest licensed MMO’s to hit the shelves. Namely Age of Conan (AoC) and Warhammer: Age of Reckoning (WAR). These two games have been highly anticipated. Age of Conan came out a couple of months ago and made a big, but short, splash. Warhammer just came …

Spore DRM, Taking it Down a Notch

OK, EA isn’t stupid. They’re taking some steps to loosen up the DRM of Spore. The first thing they’re addressing is install limit, it’s being increased to 5. By itself that’s useless really, but that’s not all their doing. They’re taking steps to allow deauthorization without calling EA tech support. So that helps that issue …