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February 23, 2014

Update #4: New Dragon Con 2013 Interview, Transcription, Let’s Play Series, Facebook Page

Hello again! This update will list what I've accomplished over the past month or so. Once again, the limiting factor here is that I can't reveal everything I'm working on. You can expect more information about some of these additions in future posts. Added one more Dragon Con 2013 interview: BMO. Something unique happens in the middle of that interview, so look for that when watching. I even wrote a blog post about it, and transcribed it soon after uploading. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmB5SFX36Jo Added the first video in a new Let's Play series, one where I play through a friend's Portal 2 map. Expect a post about this initiative in the near future. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FVtrj912aU Launched a new Facebook page to represent my content creation efforts. If you…
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January 19, 2014

Weekly Update #3: Website Improvements, New Dragon Con 2013 Transcription

Hi, all! This week's updates have mainly been about improving my website as a platform, rather than introducing new content. The original plan was to finalize at least one of the two remaining Dragon Con interviews, but my schedule ended up busier than I anticipated. This is partially because, as I hinted previously, I'm working towards something big on the side, and am still figuring out how transparent I want to be throughout the process. Also, the interview in question requires more editing than most, and thus, I will need more time to get it right. So, the updates: Added a new visual style to the top-level interview pages, one which lists all individual interviews in a visual fashion, rather than with a simple bullet list.…
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September 3, 2012

Interviewing Cosplayers at Dragon*Con 2012

It's no secret that I've been less active with this blog, as of late. I won't go into the details, but I've been putting a lot of time and effort into a certain project, one that I can't yet reveal. What I can say is that it's something that I've been working on for a very long time, and I'm really looking forward to introducing it in the near future. Today, however, I'm happy to announce that I'll be releasing a series of interviews that I hosted from Dragon*Con 2012. I've always wanted to expand into video, and this turned out to be a great way to do so. You may recall that I've previously mentioned wanting to start a web series, and even posted…
CostumesDragon*ConPersonal Stories
September 24, 2011

Dragon*Con 2011: Top 10 Costumes

Earlier this month, I attended Dragon*Con 2011 - in full compliance with a personal ritual of mine. It was my sister who initially suggested we attend Dragon*Con for the first time, and that was last year. I knew after attending that I wanted it to be repeated on a yearly basis. It was a great excuse to spend time with my sister, and at the same time, it was a lot of fun. It also resulted in three blog posts, and that means the experience was significant enough that I felt it was worth sharing. That is a powerful statement, given my own obsession with posting only the non-mundane. One of those blog posts listed my Top 5 favorite costumes, and I really enjoyed sharing…
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September 26, 2010

Dragon*Con 2010: Costume Runner-ups

While I was choosing my top 5 favorite costumes from Dragon Con 2010, I realized there would be a few runner-ups. I decided to reveal the best of these runner-ups in this blog post, listed in no specific order. Codex from The Guild The Guild is web-based show created by Felicia Day. It centers around the adventures of an odd group of gamers who are part of the same in-game guild. Needless to say, to truly appreciate the series, it is best if you have previous experience with MMORPGs. Felicia Day stars as Cyd Sherman, whose in-game character is named Codex. Codex can be seen briefly in the title screen of the series, but to get a clear idea of what she looks like, see her profile page at The Guild's website. Alan…