Through Thick And Thin v0.0.2 Changes
Welcome to the v0.0.2 Devlog! The First set of updates for Through Thick and Thin Demo.
To start I wanted to thank everyone for taking the time to play the game. A special thanks to those who offer feedback. And an even special-er thanks to those who donated!
Today I’m going to tell the story of how I used extreme cutting to submit a game during my first game jam.
The Golden Link was made in 48 hours during the Full Time Game Dev Game Jam August 2021. The game took 8th place out of over 30+ submissions and 100+ participants.
People don’t give smaller towns enough credit. It’s easy to think that cities like San Francisco have everything going for the tech industry. But smaller towns like Eugene Oregon have plenty of advantages.
Let’s talk about the advantages of Eugene Oregon’s tech sector, and show how small towns can win a big city game.
So if you’ve been living in Eugene, Oregon you’ve probably heard about the downtown fiber initiative. Basically buildings downtown can get access to superfast internet.
It might feel like the fiber network will only be good for a few people, but that’s not the case.
High-speed fiber internet isn’t just good for business, tech folks, or city officials. Access to cheaper and faster broadband is good for everyone. That mean normal folks like you and me.
So if you’ve been living in Eugene you might have heard about the downtown fiber initiative. Business and residents will now have the option to get access to super fast internet.
Construction of the publicly owned fiber network will be starting soon. It will connect about 120 downtown Eugene buildings to world-class internet.
It might feel like the fiber network will only be good for a few people, but that’s not the case. Access to cheaper and faster broadband is good for everyone. It means Eugene is building for the future with downtown fiber.
Could I be the only one interested in an email newsletter covering the tech scene in Eugene, Oregon?
Late in 2016 I became interested in email newsletters. A few month before I started a podcast that covers the streaming industry. To prepare for the Stream Team Show I have to do two things every week.
The first is watch t.v. and movies. The second is to stay on top of industry news.
As you can imagine streaming, and on-demand content has a lot going on each week. At first I tried to follow everything on my own. I wised up and learned about the power of curation. That’s when my interest in email newsletters started to grow.
I began hunting for newsletters about different topics. Later looking for an email newsletter covering my interest in the tech scene here in Eugene. I didn’t find one.
Let’s outline my ideal email newsletter covering the tech scene in Eugene. That way you can steal the idea, create it, and let me be subscriber number one.