Graduated from Tufts University in Boston with an MA in Economics. I moved back to Delaware and did the 9-5 thing for 4 years or so while I worked on some gaming ventures. In 2010, I proved that I learned nothing from University and becasme and independent Entrepreneur. I've been an entrepreneur for over 4 years now with an ever growing list of ideas and web properties, most notably, IndieGameStand.com.
Games are incredibly undervalued compared to other entertainment that people enjoy. Why is such a technologically capable industry selling an hour of entertainment for less than a quarter when it used to sell minutes at an arcade for that same price?
The title may be a little over the top, but it stems from some of the real struggles of my life over the past 4 years. I think the crux of this talk is really about how work and technology can intrude into our lives in a detrimental way.
[Blog - 01/07/2014 - 11:36]
I 've gotten a few ...
I 've gotten a few personal emails Thanks so much guys and felt like I was passing along some good advice about becoming an Entrepreneur so here 's some tips: r n r n1.Figure out the minimum monthly figure that you can live off of - pay your bills, eat, ...