Slacksgiving.

What am I thankful for?

Vitamin C is my only friend now.

So of course my sinuses have chosen this moment to crawl up into my forehead and amuse themselves by making the room spin around me.

Back to the slack once more.

All good things must come to an end, and my contract at MGI is no exception.

Getting back to the slack. Again.

I finished my contract at MGI today, which means that I finally have time to play games other than the one I’m working on.

Unga. Unga Bunga.

Writing is hard.

It’s noon already? I guess I should get out of bed.

I am a lazy slob. But you knew that already.

Those bears have the right idea.

I don’t know if it’s the cold, or the light, or what, but every February, I have a single, overriding urge, and that is to sleep.

Quitting shouldn’t be so much work.

Quitting is a purgative for those trapped in this wearying cycle of “work hard, play hard.” It’s about breaking down the binaries of work/leisure or office/home and finding an in-between space where those structures don’t define us, don’t govern every minute of our lives.

I clearly have way too much time on my hands.

An absence of video games leads to an abundance of web design.

Getting back to the slack.

I finished my contract job with Monster Games today. Be sure to check out Test Drive: Eve of Destruction when it comes out this fall.