I decided to dial down my EVE-O forum reading a while back. The trolling/ranting was skewing my perception of the EVE community, and there wasn’t enough useful or entertaining information for me to justify dumpster-diving to get to it. I … Continue reading
Someone had to say it, I guess. 🙂 It’s true, though. I’m the product owner for an application at the company I work for. I’ve implemented some relatively large features in the last year, but the things people have gone … Continue reading
My EVE experience has always been about the pretty. From hulls to starscapes, I want to see, feel and smell the game’s textures. I’ve called EVE space opera, and nowhere is this more obvious than in its primitive astrophysics, which takes Newton and stuffs his laws of motion where the lens flares don’t shine. Planets and moons hang there like toys, but toys rendered in precise detail. The nebulae overpower objects that in a real universe would be much brighter. Some planets appear only indirectly lit by their stars.
I thought I’d dig out screenshots from my past, so let’s start this show with the very first one in my current computer. Two years ago, I was still pretty new in New Eden. I was just learning combat, and as Duncan I was training up some industrial hauling skills to supplement our mining. Here’s Suz bringing a POS online while I arrive with a load of fuel. Did you know that the Mammoth is camouflaged for Min-space? Neither did I.
I’ve recently rediscovered a few blogs devoted to EVE images and travel. Since I have no pressing in-game responsibilities (such as a POS to feed) right now, I’m tempted to go on a tour. I’d like to find a few … Continue reading
I dunno how I grew up to be such a paranoid person, but it’s actually enough of a running joke among my family, coworkers, and friends that I just laugh along with them. I know I can be ungodly silly … Continue reading
There’s been a ton of discussion about the recent Building Better Worlds dev blog and how the upcoming changes will affect industry and a whole raft of other things. I’m still mulling over most of it, trying to make up … Continue reading