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Episode 1: Why are blogs so fun?

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Posted 03-16-2008 at 01:54 AM by alexgk
Updated 03-16-2008 at 01:58 AM by alexgk

Hi 3DR fellas, it's wonderful when you find out new features in websites you visit regularly, like blogs in my case.

Well, I'd like to see this blog as a public diary (which is exactly what blogs are in the first place ), so I'll begin by telling you my personal goals in the "near future":
1.- Getting on a diet once and for all (don't laugh, this time is serious!).
2.- Learn how to program in C#.
3.- Finish my literary project.


10 kilograms...
Imagine your life being 10 kilograms (around 20 pounds) lighter. If you don't, well, maybe you're extremely fat or extremely skinny. The moment has come when I look myself at the mirror and say: "Oh, man. This is bad".

So, a few weeks not eating so much would be good for my health.


As Zuljin could tell you, I assited to various conferences held here in Mazatlán. One of them disccused the topic of 360 & XNA game development. Honestly: who hasn't thought, even for a few seconds: "You know, I am going to create a game that will own them all". I have. And Microsoft has opened the doors for indie and amateur game developers to let their imaginations expand. I want to ride that train, don't you?

I know it's not an easy task, but it's worth the effort .



I swear this little project has existed for at least 2 years by now. And what have I done? 12000 words. May seem a lot but they're not. My literary skills aren't the best, but hey, it's an interesting story, and I'll keep you updated. I promise.

Remember it as "ProjectOL" for now.

OK, enough for one night. I hope you liked this reading. If you did, let me know. If you didn't... let me know too .
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