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thoughts, provocations, insights, and introspection on games, gaming, and we the gamers.

Author: aspekx


Posted by aspekx Thursday September 8 2011 at 3:04PM
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well, i've never been very successful with blogs and blogging. but i do tend to spend quite a bit of time thinking about games, gaming, and gamers. in short: metagaming.

this is not theorycrafting. while i highly respect those capable of such pursuits my interests lie primarily in the social, psychological, and at times even purely scientific research that pertains to gaming. sometimes this is in obvious, straightforward ways. yet other times my thoughts become quirky as i stray a bit and wander into anthropology, physics, and paleontology.

if this kind of introspection interests you, if you find yourself wondering whether game races afffect players or players affect game races; or if you wonder what quantum psychology and hilbert vectors might have to do with the future of gaming; than this blog is for you.

i invite all sorts of comments and questions and critiques and challenges. this is movement and that means there is thinking and possibility. as my adoptive kentucky mother used to say: " a rut is just a grave with the ends knocked out," ie., if something is not changing its not living.

so let's see what happens.

Prosti writes:

I can't wait to see what else is in store for this thread.

I hope to see more of this. ^^

Thu Sep 08 2011 3:45PM Report
aspekx writes:

thanks. i am hoping to create a niche corner in for those of us with a  more intellectual and introspective bent.

hope to see your future comments, questions, and critiques.

Thu Sep 08 2011 5:05PM Report
ZombieKen writes:

Intellectual and introspective bent?  Yikes, that leaves me out.  Which way to the corner for people who are shallow and easily amused?

Ken waves a hand. :-)

Fri Sep 09 2011 6:24AM Report
aspekx writes:

now, now anyone who can m ake their own mmorpg from scratch (just like granma's biscuits!) i am sure has quite a bit to offer on these kinds of discussion.

Fri Sep 09 2011 7:48AM Report writes:
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