I’m not sure how I missed Google’s Wave but I did. Bit of an epic screw up on my part, especially considering its linked here (and I to be included in Will’s Google Wave Game).
On their sign up page, they asked for comments, specifically requesting haikus. I obliged them.
Google Wave Project
So much to hope for. And Yet
Might be made of Fail
Wave might be awesome. It might be a shiny new toy. It may fail completely. Regardless, I’m looking forward to seeing more of it.
gameplaywright.net // story, games, together—
Maybe I’m mashing these memories up, but I also remember I had a copy of Wraith: The Oblivion in my bag (I was the only guy who’d run it, in our group), with its rough-under-the-fingers glow-in-the-dark patch, and that I thought about what it would be like to publish my own games. To create something that would evoke and inspire stories among other groups of friends. I’d known already, since forever, that I wanted to be a writer, but White Wolf put those personal anecdotes and behind-the-scenes pages into their books that made it seem like their lives and jobs were all about bottling a vibe.
Will was the primary storyteller of our nerd group. He has planted seeds that even ten years later, still bear fruit. Go read the article.