I had a wonderful, insightful chat with Brennan Lee Mulligan — Dimension 20’s Game Master — about creating stories that touch people. A few weeks ago, I posted a story about Dimension 20’s new season, The Unsleeping City. When it got to Medium’s homepage it taught me that writing about the things you love with passion makes dreams come true.
I’m not pumping these reviews out fast enough. I think the season is already over or in Hiatus, so I’ll try to catch up. I saw all of the episodes but I’ll keep the reviews by order. In this episode, “Self Experimentation“, Professor Foxtrot takes the kids to visit people who subjected themselves to experimentation.
A little while ago, I played the excellent game Florence, and I would like to share with you my thoughts about it. Florence is not a game played with lots of words. Instead, we play with emotion. There are actions and choices here and there, some text in dialogs, but they are part of the
Reasons to Kill God is a book by the anonymous writer IV Olokita. The book tells the story of a Nazi officer who manages to escape Germany and finds himself in Latin America, where he builds his life from scratch. Before I dive In, a small disclaimer: I have received the book free of charge
CollegeHumor had done it again. What could be more fun than to learn new things through the use of humor? WTF101 is a new show on Dropout that follows the adventures led by Professor Foxtrot and her students in detention. This episode dealt with Parasites. I mean, come on. we all know a few parasites.
Hey peoples! I want to talk to you about a fantastic show I’ve been watching for the past several weeks. Its name is Dimension 20: Fantasy High. The show is a series of D&D sessions. The Dungeon Master, Brennan Lee Mulligan, unveils a rich world, filled with fantastic creatures set in a place very similar
It has been a long time. I haven’t posted in here during 2018 at all. A lot has happened, and I want to share those stories with you. During 2018 I finally graduated from College with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. I finally started working in Software Development and left the field of Quality
Hello, My name is Oren Cohen, 29 years old and I’m a Computer Science student in Israel. I’m also an avid fan of the Mass Effect series since the first game and up until Andromeda. I’ve written today because I had enough. I had enough of the hate I see online for Andromeda. I had
It was a great Saturday. I finished with the house move and because I keep Shabbat I was ready to disconnect from the digital world for 25 hours of inner peace. And book reading. I read a lot during Shabbat. This time I chose The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu. The book triggered some
Aaand it’s time for another Lifeline Blog!! SPOILER ALERT!