January 24, 2013

Approaching The Final Exam

The exams are almost over and I explain what I've been doing (apart from updating this site) to help me study.

  • Development
January 18, 2013

The Website Should Be Live Now!

The website is now live on I also talk about a few worthwhile additions to the site.

  • Development
January 16, 2013

Lists, Archives And Other Additions

Here's a brief rundown of what was added to the site today. There's support for lists, there's an archive and some other minor additions. More information inside.

  • Development
January 15, 2013

Photoshop Practice and Images On The Blog

So there are now images on this blog. Take a look at how I was able to do that using a piece of a string that gets replaced using .replace() and take a look at the picture of the kid that I had to work on using Photoshop.

  • Development
January 14, 2013

Animation and Looking Forward to a Story

It's actually possible to add paragraphs to posts on this blog. Also, a little update on the story. Plus, information about the widescreen display option near the navigation.

  • Writing
January 12, 2013

Spinners are Cool

In addition to mobile icons, I've also got a spinner working on this site. It was actually quite easy, but I don't know if it degrades gracefully.

  • Development
January 11, 2013

On Icons and Writing

An update on mobile touch icons and on my writing. Yes, I figured out apple-touch-icon!

  • Games
January 07, 2013

The Planned Short Story

In February, there's a short story planned for that month. And guess what, it takes place in the Ventures universe.

  • Writing
January 03, 2013

The NaNoWriMo 2012 Aftermath

The Aftermath is an interesting situation. You just finished writing a book, but that simple fact has some interesting ramifications.

  • Writing
January 03, 2013

Tweaking The Site Experience

How do you deliver a dynamic content exposition? This site delivers, but how is it done? Let me tell you.

  • Development
December 05, 2012

Character Depth Case

Bringing complex and interesting characters to life is difficult, but not impossible. Let me tell you about Daniel Wheldon and how he grew on me as I rewrote the book that featured him.

  • Writing