Thursday, March 13, 2008

To My Loyal Readership

To all three or four of you that might check this from time to time, I wanted to ask what kind of posts would you like to see from me? Most of the time I will write about this game or that, or whatever is game related on my mind, but maybe you are hoping for more design related posts? I have no idea how to gauge that, because half of my hits for some reason come from Eve Online players trying to delve into the mysteries of mining, while the other half either come from the EverQuest 2 forums or from Eq2-daily (Hi2ubtw!).

I have a few posts up my sleeves, that I keep forgetting to write, but generally don't get around to because I get too caught up in working on whatever I am doing at work. I guess I just want to know if I should just keep doing what I'm doing or not here.

7 comments:

EQ2-Daily.com Spider said...

Hi2ualsobtw.


my vote is for more posts on what influenced you when designing certain aspects of EQ2 (and which of those aspects you designed and how they came about over time)

Nick McLaren said...

Mostly I enjoy reading about game opinions, thoughts on gaming-related topics, behind-the-curtain stories, blue-sky design ideas, the latest cool thing you figured out in music.

So yeah... pretty much what you have now :) It's a blog in any case. Once it becomes "work" it loses fun value.

In general though, if my Sage Feed shows you have a post, I'll read it and as long as there's something interesting along one of those lines I mentioned every once in a while, then I subscribe. If there was nothing of value ever... then I wouldn't subscribe.

In any case, we all have jobs so being wrapped up in work is understandable, so have no worries! =)

Zygwen said...

If it is related to Computer Games somehow I'll probably read it.

Matak said...

Talk about how you got into the industry.

Nick McLaren said...

Wow, there really ARE four of us! LOL! =)

Steve Kramer (a.k.a. Saavedra) said...

Sad isn't it? haha

KC said...

((I like hearing about the behind the scenes stuff going on with EQ2 :) Tell us more about the tools you guys use! :)