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I had this post in draft for a while. I wanted to finish this thought on salesmanship before I forgot it. I am longer focusing on sales in my career path but I wanted to share this with you. So I wanted to cover the topic of gatekeepers and how things have changed with them.
A while back I had to go through an exercise of labeling several people and putting them into certain buckets based on their skill set and the needs of the project. The interesting thing is we already had internal labels. The project we were signing them up for had different labels. Internally we called the
So if you are not one of the 3 people who follow me on Linkedin, then you have no idea that I recently changed jobs. On January 21st I joined the creative master minds at Chaotic Moon. In doing so, I left behind two studios that I worked with over the last couple years. Not
For a while now people have been talking about the death of the console as we know it. My friend has been telling me this for years now, but I tend to think his view is slanted because he is a mobile game designer. That is, until recently. With the upcoming changes to Apple TV
So I am just getting settled in from my recent trip to Seattle. I went there to attend the Intel AppUp Elements Conference. It was a small conference, maybe about 500 or so attendees. While there, we discussed the migration of the AppUp App Store to a new platform called Tizen. I won’t get into a
Just a quick update about whats going on. I have been even more busy than when I was running Marveloper. Like I said before I joined the team at CerebralFix, a creative and extremely passionate bunch of kiwis from New Zealand. The last half of last month the core executive team flew over and took
Yeah, I know its been a while since I have blogged. I have been very busy with several projects – mainly this one. On this blog post I wanted to discuss the subject of keeping true to yourself. You may have read some of this in Gary Vaynerchuk’s book Crush It but I want to
Today GarageGames announced a comeback. The company formerly known as GarageGames, then formerly know as InstantAction, then oddly called TorquePowered is now back… as GarageGames. They have not announced who is the owner of the company just yet, but they have announced Eric Priesz as the CEO. Another very noticeable change to GarageGames is the price
Today I posted a link on twitter and facebook referring to the hacker that took an MMO game hostage I also added that I thought the company should pay more attention to their, but some readers took that as though I was supporting the actions of the hacker. This was not the case. My thoughts