Tag Archives: New York City
Sometimes I really, really miss working with Chip.
I could really use a GMail plugin that sorts, separates and color-codes my New York City contacts and my North Carolina contacts. That way, when I see a blue email, I know the sender’s in NYC, and not waste anyone’s … Continue reading
Neocolonialism is Seth Alter’s new strategy game of economic control and dirty politics. I wrote about Neocolonialism’s Kickstarter for IGM, back in January. The game’s out now, so I interviewed Seth for GamerHub.Tv: What was your main goal in developing and … Continue reading
Harold brought me flowers at work! I was in a meeting when he came by, so Harold left them with the receptionist, Dave. When I came out of the meeting, my whole office asked me what the occasion could be and … Continue reading
I wrote some things about comics. I don’t really know anything about comic books! Which is why these reviews have been great fun to write! Recently, when I write about games, I can get caught up in how this game relates … Continue reading
Tim Manley’s Alice in Tumblr-land: And Other Fairy Tales for a New Generation tells the stories of fairy tale princesses and heroes, as twenty-somethings navigating relationships, friends, sex, careers and social media. The Tortoise and the Hare Facebook-stalk each other … Continue reading
At Geek Girl Con, talking about women in game development with Carly Kocurek, who was an amazing rock star.
Having a blog often brings me strange emails. Usually from well-meaning marketers, who’ve found me on some list of female bloggers and would therefore like to offer me the exciting opportunity to review their sippycups or diaper bags or something … Continue reading
Monsters In Your Neighborhood is Jesse Petersen’s sequel to Club Monstrosity. In Club Monstrosity, we met a collection of Manhattan monsters. Swamp Thing, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the Blob, the Invisible Man, a mummy, a vampire, and Alec, the … Continue reading
I can’t stop playing Silicon Sisters’ new game “Everlove”, and the dialogue is probably the main reason.