July 28, 2002
lazybones

Stuff I want to do, but am probably too lazy to get around to, so I'll just talk about it instead, and hope that makes me feel better:

  • Get majcher.com into some decent kind of shape - now that I went ahead and built a rendering tool, more or less, get off my ass and use it.
  • Turn the pages and pages of treatment documents and specifications for games that I have put together over the last five years into something that works again on monkeyplay.com.
  • Develop my mediocre photography skills a bit more, and put some more effort into taking pictures of naked ladies.
  • Start taking aikido or martial tai chi again
  • Figure out what exactly it is that I know about all this computer stuff, and start writing and giving presentations about it. Would love get a book published and/or talk at conferences.
  • Write a screenplay and/or make an independant digital movie.
  • Get together with The Guys and play board/card/pen and paper games in real life, not on the webernets.
  • Make some kind of music. I can't even see this clearly enough to say what kind, or in what capacity.
  • Start drawing, maybe try some online comic type of thing.
  • Get all my shit together. Organizing all my old junk, and getting rid of everything that I don't need.
  • Start making a bigger dent in my big list of "cool projects that I could actually do" on my whiteboard.
  • Code more. Code better.
  • Develop my consulting gigs into something a bit more respectable. Not just a job here and a job there for a few months when I need the money, but an ongoing pool of clients that I've done work for, and that want me to do work for them. Doing a good job, keeping the people who pay me happy, getting to know more people, and more cool things.
  • Read more books, watch more movies, play more video games.
  • Consume less, produce more.

Well, that seems like a pretty good start. I'll get right on that.

But first, some tater tots.

(July 28, 2002 06:17 PM)
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