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Mary Diamond's Blog

 

   I was born in the late 70’s, sometime between the founding of Apple, inc. and the creation of the world wide web. I was five years old when William Gibson coined the term “cyberspace” and I have been integrating myself into it ever since. The Internet and I grew up together, and although I have always respected it’s complexity -I have grown to love it for the connectivity it has given us as human communicators.

I love to game almost as much as I love to write -but somehow gaming always seems to come much easier to me. This isn't to say it comes easily -I'm a mother, a graduate student and a social media coordinator for a growing consumer deals website. I'm now also the voice (as far as social media) for a game developer who's chronicling the creative process of the game he's building from the ground up. I've got a lot on my plate... but I'm hoping someday it'll all pay off so I can become a world-famous games journalist and retire with a cushy corner office and all the MMO time I want.

...a girl can dream, right?

 

Mary Diamond's Comments

Comment In: [News - 01/30/2013 - 05:28]

Games have different depths just ...

Games have different depths just like gamers have different levels of commitment. It is a little creepy to see babies with smartphones now, I agree. These iPhone cases and toys that allow you to protect your phone while the baby plays with it are even weirder. r n r nI ...

Comment In: [News - 01/21/2013 - 05:34]

...Mauricio you seem like an ...

...Mauricio you seem like an intelligent person. I think what 's causing you so much trouble in this thread is that you keep making generalizations. r n r nI 'd love to see a link or reference to there being more female computer scientists than males in any decade. Just ...