A little over a week ago, I headed over the hill with Marian and Sukhie to attend an event to inspire girls to engage with science and technology, hosted by Microsoft DigiGirls and Barbie. The event consisted of girl scouts, female computer science students, Microsoft representatives, female political figures, and reps from Mattel. Also, there … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2010
GDC: Become a Conference Associate!
This will be my 7th year at the Game Developers Conference. Has it really been 7 years? Anyhow, everyone in the western world (and beyond) should know about GDC. It is an extremely influential event, where connections, ideas, and innovations are realized. As I documented in my GDC podcast, GDC elegantly captures the video game industry in … Continue reading
Today is National UnFriend Day
As of the first National UnFriend Day, I have 1570 friends. Please don’t unfriend me! Just kidding, although, I am trying to hit 5000. Of course, I can do some cleaning up of my list, but I’m no where near the limit, and there is very little overhead for having too many friends. I mean, … Continue reading
I’m Getting My PhD in…
I wanted to write a little about my research. You can read a bit about it here. The diagram above is what the early system looked like. I’ve moved beyond that in a couple aspects, mostly because I’ve gone back to the drawing board a couple times. So, what am I trying to do? Well, … Continue reading