What a great winter holiday we've had! Now, as 2019 officially kicks off, I've been debating what I would like to accomplish in the new year. World of Warcraft A new raid is coming to World of Warcraft in a few weeks and I am eager to get back to a normal routine in my … Continue reading New Year! New Projects!
Repetition doesn't create memories. New Experiences do.-Brian Cheskey Four months ago, the World of Warcraft released its latest expansion. A few months later, the game turned fourteen years old. Six months ago, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hit theaters worldwide. That same month, the franchise turned twenty-five years old. Three months ago, Doctor Who released its eleventh season. Earlier this year, in … Continue reading A Static World Does Not Fun Create
Whew. Time moves faster than I expect. It feels like just yesterday I was drafting my Thanksgiving post, and now it's almost the midpoint of December! My absence hasn't been for a lack of activity, though, so fear not! In fact, starting today I'll be publishing the second half of my latest WoW Adventures storyline, … Continue reading Still Alive!
Over the last few years, the beginning of winter has started to signal the conclusion our our year. While we still have most of November and December to get through, there's an element that 2018 has reached its final stages. As we approach these final days, the winter air sweeps in and the gloomy dark … Continue reading Thanksgiving 2018
I love building computers. The hobby also plays well with my other hobby, which is playing video games. You can see how the synergy works. I build the thing that I then use to do the other thing that I enjoy. When we moved to Atlanta, I was so excited to discover MicroCenter stores, which granted me an … Continue reading The Family “Rigs”
It was roughly one year ago that I convinced myself to buy a Nintendo Switch. I purchased one game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. I told myself that if I wanted to buy more games for the system, I needed to beat Zelda. I didn't have to collect all the things or … Continue reading Making the “Switch”
Just a month ago, the Battle for Azeroth expansion was about to go live. I remember it well, mostly because I was laid up on a couch recovering from appendicitis! Most importantly, however, the hype of the upcoming expansion had everyone brimming with excitement. After all, Legion had been a big success so we were ready for … Continue reading Framing a Narrative