Archive for March, 2009
March 18th, 2009

Spring cleaning is just so refreshing, isn’t it? As you might have noticed, Scott and I have been busy making improvements on Heroine Sheik. It’s still a work in progress, but a few things have undergone the official switch over — from old news to cool, obviously. That “In the News” box for one, which, […]

March 11th, 2009

These days everything is “… and the recession.” Or maybe that’s just the articles I’ve been writing. Anyways, add one to the list, because I’m prepared to argue that the crap economy has increased interest in cybersex. Lately I’ve gotten a lot of male friends and acquaintances subtly pouring out their hearts about how much […]

March 10th, 2009

Does Twitter make you feel better about yourself? Listening to Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! the other day (yes, I’m an NPR podcast dork, and I’m proud), I came across this study out of Taiwan that discusses how blogging — even if what you’re blogging about how much life sucks — can make you happy. […]

March 9th, 2009

The following is an article I wrote for Click Me, my now defunct column about having sex online. Though you may still see some personal articles and/or Q&As from me over at the Voice, this is likely the last reporter-ly piece. So enjoy! A recent study links online and depression – but don’t believe […]

March 6th, 2009

I’m psyched for this year’s Game Developers Conference, not because I’m going for The Economist, not because I know what the heck is being presented — seriously, I’ve had a sticky note on my desk for weeks that says, “Figure out what you’re writing/doing at GDC!” — but because I don’t have to travel to […]

March 5th, 2009

Little did I know, when I finally broke down and joined Facebook in the summer of ’07, that I would somehow slip from anti-networking belligerent to total whoredom. It seems that half of what I write these days has to do with social networks — or sites with social networking elements: new networks, new people […]

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