Okay, I cheated and this isn’t a post about an anime, but it’s a post about changes in my EXPERIENCE to anime. This just has to be the first of my 12 Days of Anime series, since its the most important anime-related thing to happen to me this year – heck, my whole life. Prior to this year, I didn’t have anyone to talk to with regards to anime, except on facebook with a few friends – who don’t watch anime as much as they used to in high school. Then I stumbled across a few anime blogs, followed some writers on twitter, and became a part of #SCCSAV.
I guess the obvious should be stated first. Publishing actual physical copies of books takes up a lot of capital, something that most of us will not have access to unless you sign up with a traditional publishing house. Counting on signing up is not recommended, as they take high royalty fees, you get drawn in to contracts, and who knows when they will even publish anything you make? Since physical print is out of the question, at least initially, the answer is to publish online.
But in what form? Read the rest of this entry
With the blogosphere going crazy over the past few weeks about Steve Jobs retiring as CEO, I thought maybe I should also post something about oranges. I’m usually not irrational, but I admit that my hatred of Apple mostly is – but it started from semi-legitimate reasons.
This comic was done entirely in GIMP!!! My pen tablet can be a pain in the butt at times DX
CS folks will appreciate this, and non-CS folks will probably have a laugh =] (assuming my humor isn’t crap)
“It should be noted that no ethically-trained software engineer would ever consent to write a DestroyBaghdad procedure. Basic professional ethics would instead require him to write a DestroyCity procedure, to which Baghdad could be given as a parameter.” – Nathaniel S Borenstein
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