I am a bad blogger. It has been far too long since I last posted anything new on my site. There are reasons for this, some of them may actually be good reasons, but I should not have gone this long without posting something.
Yes, I have been busy with school, and that has taken up a great deal of my time. Yes, I have also been busy with a new job, and that has taken up even more of my time. However, I have also hesitated to post when I did have time, because I wasn’t sure anyone really wanted to read what I had to say. That doesn’t really matter, I’ll say it anyway.
What’s all this about new beginnings? Well, I am hoping I can get myself into the habit of posting at least somewhat regularly. New posts about aviation, virtual aviation, gaming in general, and whatever else happens to cross my mind. I will do my best to be as informative, and entertaining, as possible.
I have also started a new job. Well, it has been a few months, but I have settled in and believe that I have managed to successfully get a new career started. I am now working as a customer support representative for Funcom. Before the questions begin, let me refer you to the About page of my site. Let me also re-iterate that I will not allow any bickering about Funcom or any of its games on my site. This is not the place for that, and it will not be tolerated.
Having said that, Funcom announced today that the NDA for our newest game, The Secret World, has been conditionally lifted. We are now allowed to talk about the game and content that is present in the current beta version, and any future versions leading up to launch, which is scheduled for July 3rd. If you have any legitimate questions about the game, I would be happy to answer them as best as I can. Keep in mind though, that there are still a lot of things that I simply cannot talk about.
Since I am now working in the video game industry, I will probably be posting more content related to video games in general, so don’t be surprised if that happens. I will still try to keep my roots in aviation, though I have found I have much less time for that now. Along the lines of virtual aviation, make sure to check out the folks over at Fly Away Simulation. I have only recently become acquainted with their site, and have barely scratched the surface of what they have available, but so far I have really liked what I have seen.