I know Santa was here
My son and I have been snacking on the gingerbread house he brought home from school.
He legitimately thinks Santa Claus has been eating most of it and additionally is trying to hide how much he himself has been eating.
“Santa eats some of the house and then puts things in our stockings.”
It is a straightforward relationship.
We have broken tradition a little bit by gradually filling the stockings and torturing Yuri by telling him he can’t peak at what Santa brought.
Self-control is difficult with presents and sweets.
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Backtime is now
In developing my fictional universe for my writing I’ve made extensive timelines stretching into the future. From the future’s perspective I’ve named the era we are in now “backtime”.
What to watch on a generation ship.
Backtime is a term within my fiction for the time before virtual reality was an everyday experience.
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In Sandbox, Eve is King
Eve Online has been my main go to game for the last five years. It is arguably the biggest and best sandbox game ever.
It has evolved my gaming interest such that I compare everything else to it. To limit it with the label “game” seems a disservice, but that I think is just because it is at the cutting edge of where entertainment is headed.
Why should anyone really care about a game?
I would argue that Eve has the best virtual economy in the world. I think working within in it and studying it provides real world value. I feel like playing the Eve Market has taught me more about real world economics than any economics class I took in high-school or college.
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