To begin with, this subject overall went (relatively) quite a bit better than education did, despite its somewhat misleading title. For recap, the subject was about when young people want to become game makers. Rando Post No. 4: You Can Ce Whatever You Want to Be* I forgot to mention how there are reasons other […]
Last week, I wrote about how children shouldn’t be discouraged from getting involved in making games when the popular opinion is that they shouldn’t, and how people shouldn’t actively discourage them. However, some people would find this a rather naive argument. So, here I consider their side. It’s alright for a kid to try it […]
Last week, I ended by asking you to remember a certain statistic – that the future career of “game designer” is among the top three choices among children aged 8 to 10, as reported by this article. This week, I plan to talk a little bit more about that specifically, and how it drops off […]
As an aspiring game developer, I value the importance of dreaming big when it comes to what one wants to do with his/her life. I value doing whatever it takes (within reason, and legal) to achieve long-term goals. But there is a caveat to all of this that adults don’t tend to consider when relaying […]
This is the first follow-up article for the Rando series. In these follow-up posts, I will look back on the previous posts, try to clarify anything that I didn’t convey clearly, talk about any new information on them, or anything else that must be said. I will also touch on a few topics that I […]
The reason for the weird title is that I’m not really sure what to call these, so I think a better way to convey what I mean would be: remember Junior Achievement®, where you would repeatedly “learn” about the assembly line by lining up with the rest of your classmates to glue pieces of paper […]
A few weeks ago, I complained about e-learning days. I had another one a few days later. It was also horrible. But, as it did last time, my Econ homework was nice.
I’m going to take a moment to complain about school. If you don’t want to hear about it, you don’t have to read it. As you know, I’m still in high school. (I’m a senior, which means I’m almost done, though.) My school is taking advantage of these modern times. We have a 1 on […]