Travel logs.

Notes from Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis, and New York. That’s more than enough travel for one month.

End of the road.

I came home and spent the last weekend of my vacation nursing a crazy post-vacation cold that bounced around between my sinuses and my chest.

If it’s Tuesday, it must be Dublin.

I did some math, and the last time I took a vacation that was anything more than just visiting family in Portland was three and a half years ago. And know that I think of it, half of that trip was family time as well, which means I haven’t gone a proper vacation since before [...]

Austin GDC 2007.

While everyone was talking about how everyone’s talking about Web 2.0 and games, not very many people were actually talking about Web 2.0 and games.

On the road again, again.

Having barely recovered from my last, laptop-less, cross-country cruise, I already have to start packing for this week’s Austin GDC.

Living the I(Phone) life.

Running away with nothing but the clothes on my back and the iPhone in my pocket.

GDC ’07: Welcome to the Fantasy Zone. Get Ready!

I’m here in San Francisco, psyching myself up for some serious conferencing.

Exploring Azeroth.

Traveling around the world has been one of the most satisfying experiences I’ve had in WoW in a long time.


A good game makes it easy to get around the world so that you can accomplish things more efficiently; it takes something really special, though, to make you want to take the slow route for no other reason than that it feels good.

On the road again.

Getting ready to travel.