2010 XBLA sales analysis released

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http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/32659/InDepth_Xbox_Live_Arcades_2010_Sales_Revealed.php Not much else to say. This is the single most accurate sales analysis you’re likely to find for XBLA, given the spottiness of releases, and the data comes from leaderboards mostly. As usual, take the figures with a grain of salt – many games don’t have leaderboards, or have leaderboards that only track a […]

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I love Mozilla Thunderbird (indie hosting and org recommendations)

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Someone just turned me onto how cool Mozilla Thunderbird is, and as a result, I feel compelled to point out how awesome it is to others. Especially if you’re looking at cheap mail/etc options for a new business, check it out. Stand-alone client that acts basically like Outlook but has a gooey GMail-filled center? Check. […]

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Portfolio Advice: Be a generalist, but look like a specialist

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There’s this standard advice that, on its face, looks kind of ridiculous.  It goes something like: “When a company is hiring for a QA person, for instance, they want a QA person – not a generalist.  They want to know that you’ll be happy in the QA position, and not actually gunning for production / […]

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Now with 100% more FeedBurner

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Huzzah, now things should be routing you through to the faboo FeedBurner page

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Starting the new year by looking at prior years

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So, as we enter a new year, I think of what I was working on a couple of years ago, around abouts 2008… Idyllon: I was the lead prototype developer on that project… well, the only developer, but hey, it was a startup It was to be a ground-breaking MMO with some interesting social mechanics, […]

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