Archive for August, 2014

Over the past month or so, I’ve read The Console Wars (about Nintendo vs Sega) and Marvel Comics: The Untold Story (how Marvel got started). A common thread between them is that the best thing to focus on was the product itself. For the consoles, it was “the name of the game is the game” […]

I’ve been interviewed quite a few times on a variety of podcasts and websites, and when asked about my workflow, my rough answer: I work 4 days a week. Each of those days I: work 2 hours, 1 hour break, work 1 hour, break/nap 30 minutes, 1 hour work, done for the day. I get […]

But we all already know that right? I just finished reading Ryan Holiday‘s book – Trust me, I’m Lying. In some ways, it reminded me of the things I used to do in the early 2000s when it came to MMOs, but that’s for another day. The book was basically two books in one – […]

Revenue in’s first 2.5 years of existence: ~$10,000 Revenue in the past year: $700,000 I’ll likely write more about this later, but the basic steps were (this post was inspired by Adam Bornstein’s post on top 5 ways you’ve known you made it): I harnessed my career capital (knowledge in building up websites). Conversely, […]