C.E.J. Pacian presents the world's first liquid-fuelled rocket-blog: trapped in a hyperbolic orbit to nowhere in particular.
Oh, cool! I was wondering if you were working on anything :)
wish you would stick to posting about game development on this blog. the rest of the articles and pictures that you've posted are either drab, uninspired, or plain boring. (sometimes all three)
I'm sorry you feel that way, but this is a personal blog, not a devlog.If you're only interested in the games I'm working on, there's a Projects category.
if that was going to be your answer, why not add a rss feed for just your projects on the site? some of us don't visit your site everyday, and don't necessarily enjoy reading depressing information about your personal life. or split the site up to two blogs. you seem to be one of those people who have plenty of time on their hands.try and take a look at terry's blog once in a while. there's a lot you could learn from him, though we pretty much know what you won't be doing it judging by your "could care less" attitude.
The projects feed is here:http://spacecatrocketship.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default/-/ProjectsIt's currently out of order, as I added a load of posts on my games that weren't already in that category."or split the site up to two blogs."There does seem to be very little overlap between those who read my blog and those who play my games, so I think that a new, games-only blog might be useful for both sets of people.Thanks for the suggestion. Give me a day or two to work on it.
Anonymous, your attitude makes me want to turn my own site into a livejournal as an act of solidarity. What the hell are you on about anyway? There's very little here that I'd call personal, and certainly nothing "depressing". Whatever you're angry about is really misdirected.Fuck. Sometimes I hate the internet.
Hey Pacian. Just someone random here who really likes your blog, the (supposedly) offbeat posts especially. I usually try to make it a point to pick up the stuff you review from the local library, and it's always something really interesting that I'd never have read otherwise. Cheers, and thanks for writing!
Thank you. :-)
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