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Monday, August 08, 2005

Interview Me

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Were you expecting a post on the combat changes today? Haha, sorry, all you get is a link to an interview with yours truly conducted by the gracious Tovin of EQII Stratics.

You can find the preamble on the
eq2stratics main page and the interview here.

So head on over and get a good laugh at my expense as I out myself as an MMORPG noob and compare tradeskilling to working the assembly line in a Nike sneaker factory.

I briefly discuss my Atari obsession in that interview so if that sparked any Atari nostalgia be sure to check out Moogard's latest Moorhunter entry. It's his best yet, in my opinion, and centers on his introduction to computers via Atari.

If you're curious, the Atari computer I got after falling in love with the 2600 console was an Atari 800. I was dead set on the Atari 400 but, luckily, my Dad took one look at the 400's bizarre membrane-keyboard and decided he would spring for the more expensive 800 model. When I was deciding on my next computer I went against all conventional wisdom and purchased the Atari 520 ST. It was a fantastic computer which lasted me well into the early 90's.

I hope you enjoyed reading the EQII Stratics interview as much as I doing it. Thanks to Tovin for being such a nice interviewer. Maybe I should get off my journalistic duff and interview someone myself. Hmm...Ceciliantas, perhaps? I smell Pulitzer.

7 Comments:

Blogger Anskiere said...

Haha, yay! get Ceciliantas! :D

8:36 AM  
Blogger warm_machine said...

You give good interview aggro!

And by the way, the ratonga assassins ARE in your closet. =)

10:05 AM  
Anonymous Tovin said...

Thanks for doing the interview!

It's nice to see the background of some of our community members. What they enjoy, and why is always interesting, and of course, I'm angling for some Aggro Me Swag! *grins*

T

1:08 PM  
Blogger jaipehg said...

Well now aren't you the cool one? :P

1:33 PM  
Anonymous Reverend said...

I still miss my monochrome 520 ST. The most advanced personal computer in the world at the time IMHO. Anyone remember the fantastic SSI RPGs?

1:52 PM  
Blogger Twodragons said...

TRS-80
Commodore Pet
Commodore 128
IBM 50MHZ (I was FAST!)

2:11 PM  
Blogger Anskiere said...

I'm all for Aggro Me swag!

4:24 PM  

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