So this is sort of a game design discussion. There is this thing that you may have experienced, it’s like tickling or goosebumps on the back of your neck. I often get it when I’m really excited about something. It is really cool, because it usually has the after effect of me “getting into the zone” with whatever I am doing, coding, twitch gaming, etc.
I’ve experienced it. So good!
Interestingly, what usually triggers it for me is seeing someone work carefully on something, silently.
That totally happens to me too! Exactly like that!!
I’ve never been able to figure out what that’s about - it’s like being psychic or something, but in a really pointless way (“something tells me you’re concentrating…”).
Also, I’ve never known whether that was something anyone else got. Thanks for sharing :)
I’m not clear what you’re talking about. This was something you mentioned on Twitter at some point? We could eventually, but it would need to have a clearer direction etc. In the short term we have a large queue of stuff we’ve been putting off forever, such as that Joshua Morse interview…
I suggested that to @geoffb in the coments on some Lostcast. He said it: “Sounded like fun”.
Yeah, I have no idea how that would work either, but, who cares?
Screw planning! =P
Interview? Can I make some questions for him?
I had to look that up, so no ;) But we’re launching first thing in the morning January 22nd! The exact time is “whenever @geoffb” wakes up ;)
You’re a scientist that developed a time machine! But right now it can only send a small jolt of electricity to your past self. You verify it by checking the journal you’ve been keeping since elementary. Your can improve your machine by using it to make your past self focus on its development. Check your journal for a time of laziness, and give your past self a jolt, or with an improved machine, a slap in the face! Make sure your past self doesn’t go crazy though.
Is that you in the picture? Where is your cape and green aura? Do we have to read the book by looking in a mirror, or is that some special photoshop trick?
I read the chapter, and it seems a bit more follow-able than the one html5 book I have , which is this one, which I found jumped about a bit, and just sketched over the bits I wanted to learn more about.