Friday, July 02, 2010
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Friday, June 04, 2010
In the meantime, because writing novels and spending time with my wife and cats has to take precedence over Webworks, I let the deadline to migrate lapse before my WordPress installation was ready. SO I can make any necessary announcements for those who read this blog via Reader or RSS feed, I have reluctantly ported the Library of Dresan to http://blog.dresan.com/ - don't get used to this; it is going away.
Further announcements forthcoming.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
The Dragon Writers, the alumni of Ann Crispin's 2002 Writer's Workshop at DragonCon, now have a group blog about our writing experiences. Oh, and you can get our logo on a t-shirt. Check them out...
Labels: Dragon Writers
Friday, April 23, 2010
Dear Comic-Con Creative Creative Professional Attendee,
Thank you for registering for Comic-Con International 2010: San Diego
Please take a few moments to review your registration information...
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Interactive entertainment (aka computer games) has become a dominant force in the entertainment sector of the global economy. The question that needs to be explored in depth: what is the role of artificial intelligence in the entertainment sector? If we accept the premise that artificial intelligence has a role in facilitating the entertainment and engagement of humans, then we are left with new questions...
Papers due March 29...
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Sorry, commenters, but the signal-to-noise ratio of anonymous comments was approaching zero. :-( It was getting to the point I almost rejected some real though short comments because they were looking like the spam comments I was getting - I apologize if I dinged a real person by accident. But when you don't know who's sending a gift, you never know what's inside the wrapper.
Pictured is my cousin Bryan Norman, receiving a joke gift of a mailbox at last Christmas's White Elephant gift exchange - though I dispute the Wikipedia article, I lived 38 years in the Southeastern United States and never heard it called a "Yankee swap" - always "White Elephant" or the less-politically-correct "Chinese Christmas".