I’ve been at Mind Candy, developing Perplex City full time, for almost two years now. Sometimes I feel like I’m in a Bruce Sterling novel, jumping from neuroscience to a job which didn’t exist five years ago and is still difficult to explain to people. It’s obviously been a fun, if hectic, time, and it’s [...]
Entries Tagged as 'perplexcity'
July 27th, 2006 · 1 Comment
July 23rd, 2006 · 1 Comment
Part of the reason I’ve disappeared for over a month is because I’ve been completely immersed in organising the upcoming San Francisco live event for Perplex City. Let’s just say that it’s a step up from what we’ve done in the past, and it’s really demanding a lot of my time.
Anyway, it means that I’m [...]
December 2nd, 2005 · 1 Comment
A few weeks ago, Stuart from feeling listless emailed to ask if I’d like to contribute to a ‘2005 in Review’ thing he was doing at his blog. The idea was that contributors would write about:
“…something they’ve always wanted to do this year. It could be as simple as being able to see a film, [...]
December 23rd, 2004 · No Comments
A reworking of ‘The Night Before Christmas’, Syzygy-style.
July 29th, 2004 · 2 Comments
Once again, I’ve neglected my weblog for far too long and unfortunately for the next month or so I won’t be able to post much else either. Predictably, I’ve been very busy, but at least I can say something about it now.
The big news is that I have decided to leave my PhD here at [...]
March 2nd, 2004 · No Comments
Those who emailed Project Syzygy in the first 24 hours or so of the site going online may not have received the autoresponder that was set up a bit later. So here it is. You wouldn’t have missed anything aside from the launch date:
This is an autorespond to say thanks very much for your email [...]
February 27th, 2004 · No Comments
For a weblog that’s supposed to be about ‘massively multiuser online entertainment’, I’ve been awfully quiet about the entire genre. Well, that ends now – at least partially. For a while now, I’ve been involved in a London-based venture called Project Syzygy which is developing what I feel is one of the most astonishingly innovative [...]