If you want to keep up with what I’m working on, I’ve put together a pretty comprehensive list below.
A reference, for those of who you aren’t big on logos:
Facebook – For looking at my face.
Twitter – Direct access into my brain. I aim to be clever and to project a positive presence into the aether, but no promises.
LinkedIn – Like Facebook, but devoid of color and strictly for looking professional. Kind of like the social networking equivalent of H&M.
YouTube – I don’t upload much of anything on YouTube, but that might change now that I’ve got an iPhone and an overabundance of time.
Last.fm – Formerly Audioscrobbler, Last.fm tracks the music I listen to and shares it with the world. I’m not sure if there’s much to be gleaned from it, but you’re welcome to give it a shot. If nothing else, I’m sure you can dig up some particularly embarrassing blackmail by digging into my music tastes from bygone years.
Delicious – I share links to useful websites, tag them, and then release them back into the wild.
Nick Plays Games - This is my digital notebook. It’s inconsistent, barely edited and all over the place, but if you’d like to get a little insight into what I find interesting when evaluating games or working on my own, this is the best place to start.
Here Goes Nothing – A Tumblr blog about music, creativity, technology, literature, poetry, social media, food politics, innovative applications of mathematics, and so forth. And that’s just in the last couple of months.
Silicon Sasquatch – A videogame blog that a couple of my J-school friends and I put together two years ago. We set it up so we’d have a place to write freely (and maybe a bit intellectually) about anything game-related, and by some miracle or fluke it’s still going strong.
Xbox Live – Wanna play some games with me on your Xbox 360? Send me a message — my tag is whymog.
PlayStation 3 – Do you prefer the sleek and powerful PlayStation 3 over the more pedestrian Xbox 360? Whatever, dude; you don’t need to get all haughty about it. Just relax, take a few deep breaths, consider just how unimportant material goods are in the grand scheme of things, and then send me a friend request.
Steam – Curious what my latest impulsive purchase was on one of Steam’s many heavily discounted games? Or do you just want to play some Team Fortress 2? Either way, it’d be a pleasure.