Calling Spider-Man, the best superhero video game feels like Hyperbole, even a month out from finishing it. The Marvel Ultimate Alliance and X-Men Legends games were great, but Spider-Man was a game that did its best to make you feel like a hero, while still staying close to the progression and story-telling required to feel like a game.. . .
I’ll have to admit that my coding practice has fallen off almost completely. The new job has me learning a lot of new things, most of them not code related. Taking over SCOM and Orchestrator has me learning a lot more about Automation outside of coding though I did make a Powershell port scanner that was pretty fun to use.
I’ll . . .
It’s a good sign when you finish an older book that you go digging for the sequel. Sadly, despite the fact that Charlie Stross’ Rule 34 came out seven years ago, there isn’t going to be a sequel. Stross cancelled the series because the Snowden revelations were making the series too close to reality.
Making a . . .
I hit my fifty-thousand-word count for NaNoWriMo 2018 at 4 AM on December first, but I don’t count the date change until after I go to sleep. So I’m counting it as a win. The final day was a grind of nearly seven-thousand words, and I’m convinced that the last chapter became a hallucinatory version of the closing credits wrap up to the story. . . .
Cracked the halfway point and made up some more ground.
Daily Word Count: 1680
Total Word Count: 28752
Target Word Count: 31673
All That Jazzz
Making up some ground here and ripping some vinyl at the same time. Around four hours of straight writing time today, this month has really helped me see how much writing I can do at a time with more focus.
Daily Word Count: 4220
Total Word Count: 23690
Target Word Count: 28339
Street Sects - The Kicking . . .
Hit the halfway point, still a bit behind. Late night Packer game meant it was a bare minimum day. Tried a new agey psych music podcast I like to listen when working, and it didn’t do much to hold my attention writing. Probably skip it for something a bit less meandering and more focused. I think that I hit a point where I can lock in the . . .