ENTRY #6: January 1st, 2021

Gamers vs Grumblers

Gamer – someone who is gamesome. “I’m game”. A person of action.

Grumbler – someone who is at odds. “I’m disagreeable”. A person of complaints.

As the console wars have become less prominent, people have increasingly found ways to personally introduce and attack demographics in debates. This has lead to increased hostility since now the target is placed solely on the individual’s actual body, character, and biologically related group rather than his favored company in which he consumes goods from. The gamer is above the demographic. Transcendental to worldly affairs. Talk of sub-gamer demographics sets the stage for division and lowering our esteemed relations to one another.

ENTRY #5: November 1st, 2020

Cumulative effect.

ENTRY #4: September 1st, 2020


ENTRY #3: August 1st, 2020

Avoid vicariously living in other’s thoughts.

ENTRY #2: July 1st, 2020

Unlearning is a tough skill to master. In a game creator sense it is difficult to forget solidified structural thinking accrued over the years when desiring to make new designs. In a game player sense it is difficult to recreate and remember poor performance of the initial failed attempts as you encountered difficulty (i.e. Pinna Park’s behind the ferris wheel section in Super Mario Sunshine).

ENTRY #1: June 1st, 2020

Going from a touch pad to plugging in a computer mouse on my laptop for gaming purposes has made a world of difference in terms of speedy interaction with screen elements. The fatigue of dragging finger movement is gone. This also translates to making non-gaming applications far more efficient and pleasurable to operate in.

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