The original idea for this blog date back to 2010 when I was still studying at university and wanted to share a few of my thoughts and ideas with the world. While it has moved on in the past year, it has remained here as part of my life.
I’ve read this long post on why I’m writing this, and I think it’s important to remember that I’m not here to talk about the details of the website or the games. I’m doing this for a reason, not a goal.
I think it would be difficult to write about the website or the games without talking about the website’s success or failure. For the purposes of this blog, though, Im going to talk about the website’s successes, failures, and overall awesomeness.
The fact is that the majority of our thoughts and actions are on autopilot, and therefore our lives are totally separate from our lives. For a start, if you don’t do it, then it’s really hard to stop. In this case, though, Im going to talk about the websites success and failures.
Success and failure, in the context of websites, is the result of doing something right or wrong. It is the process and result of a website’s operation and the outcome of the website’s performance.
The main difference between success and failure is that success is where you stop the bad guys and the good guys are. This is the real deal.