Where the hell have YOU been?

Apologies to everyone who missed my blog entries over the past few months. I expect to be a little more frequent going forward, despite starting a new job August 2013. The point of this entry is not only apologize for being AWOL, but sharing why I haven’t been writing much since April…

Second, I had a time issue. Unfortunately, I’m not paid to write this stuff so I have to work a real job to pay for myStar Citizen addiction. I had back-to-back conferences to attend in May and June. Combined with some volunteer work I do, I have had a hard time making time to write.

First, though, is I was fortunate enough to have some great economy talks with some folks at CIG back in March and April. I was having a hard time figuring out what I could write and not break that confidence and burn a bridge. So while I was busy the past couple of months, this is really the main reason I wasn’t writing. I need to emphasize that CIG never asked me to stop writing. I did that on my own.

The announcement after the June 2013 livestream that we would soon be favored with a major game economy update in early July is exciting news. Not only do we get a much better look at the economy, I will feel like I have much more latitude to write. CIG folks have also noted that they read this blog and if I step over the line on something that should remain REDACTED, they’ll let me know.

So, expect more from this blog going forward…

2 thoughts on “Where the hell have YOU been?

  1. Just the fact that you put so much time and effort into this, makes you a hero. You are investing so much more than you need for your own purposes. You have given us info, clarity, and the opportunity to address issues and concerns that will be extremely important in the success of this enterprise. It is truly a new paradigm in experiencing virtual reality as well as gaming, and will/can be very educational in terms of commerce and business for many people that would otherwise never have the exposure or opportunity. I really hope it is a success. Thank you for all you do.

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