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Art, Science and Collaborations

On the evening of 8th October Professor Arthur I Miller visited the University of Portsmouth to give a lecture linked to research in his new book “Colliding Worlds: How cutting edge science is redefining contemporary art”.   711 more words


Video Games and the Female Audience

We’ve moved to Penny Arcade! New episodes weekly!** http://penny-arcade.com/patv/show/extra-credits Episode Six in my series of video “lectures,” with spec…
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What Makes a Museum Great?

Recently, I’ve been surrounded by a well-nigh endless supply of museums, and this great fortune has led me to consider how these institutions work.  Simply put, what makes a museum a great place you’ll visit again and again?   667 more words

An Audience Post -- Gaining Them.

This’ll be a short post — but an important one. I didn’t do any work on the game recently, but I have been thinking about how this plan will work out. 112 more words

Game Design

The 5 Rules for Turning Customers into Fans

This past weekend I saw Eric Church perform in Philadelphia. This was my first time seeing him live and his performance was exceptional. In fact, it was one of the best concerts I’ve seen in a while. 916 more words

Customer Experience

On "Not Blogging for an Audience" and The Fear of Failure.

I have writers block. Not right now per se, but I get it often. I get it because I have a fear of failure. I’m a perfectionist although I’m working on it thank you very much. 841 more words

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Capital Offence at the Damascus Drum

No, there hasn’t been a murder in Hawick. Not as far as I know anyway.

But I was delighted to be asked to read from my political thriller Capital Offence at a celebration of the Eildon Tree literary magazine. 128 more words