I've got a pretty cool job, but it's not quite the coolest in the world. The coolest job in the world belongs to a friend of mine. He is a producer at Sky Parlor Studios. That's right; he produces games ... for a living! They're still a new company (just under a year old), but they've already got three games out. I downloaded their most recent app called Carnival of Games that's available on both Android and AppStore. I thought you might be interested in reading my take on it.
I am thrilled (nae honored) to be a sponsor for the first official exhibition for the D'town Arts Coalition. I've had the privilege of meeting many of these talent artist at the Nights @D'town Deck of Arts. For quite some time I have been impressed that there is a connection between art and society. Despite the historical evidence supporting this assertion, too few seem to grasp it until it's too late. Well, let me tell you, these guys get it!
Like most people, I was deeply saddened by the death of Steven Jobs. Like many, I learned of the news on a device created by his company (my iPhone 4). This post is neither a tribute nor an omage to Steve Jobs. I don't know his life personally enough, his work intimately enough, nor do I write eloquently enough. I merely feel it appropriate to publicize some of the mobile application that would not be around if it weren't for Mr. Jobs. In so doing, I hope to tip my hat, and say thanks.