It took the new blog from my former colleague Tiffany Martin to point out how much stuff is in the Computer Magazine Online Archive. The default search engine is terrible, and it takes a few tricks to find what’s there. But it does mean I will soon be adding links to my CGM articles listed […]
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I was talking to a colleague yesterday about going to E3. He isn’t, and he hasn’t been in a long time. Like me, he’s primarily a PC gamer, so he feels a little bit out of the loop with the new console heavy E3 schedule. So, just for kicks, I dug out the Computer Games […]
August 12th, 2007 · 5 Comments · CGM
Yes, I was aware that efforts are being made to resuscitate Computer Games Magazine. Yes, I have spoken at length to Mr. Travaglino on a few occasions. He’s enthusiastic, curious and asking all the right questions. Yes, I am on board for now, with the caveat that the magazine business is hard, reviving dead publications […]
Tom Chick says it all. He’s written the best eulogy on the best job I ever had.
March 13th, 2007 · 23 Comments · CGM, Media
The word is slowly creeping through the Internet, but it is now official, I guess. Computer Games Magazine and MMO Games are no more, killed by TheGlobe.com. It was a sudden death, but don’t believe people who say those are the easy ones. This wasn’t because the magazine was in any financial trouble, or was […]
March 13th, 2007 · Comments Off on April CGM · CGM
This is a great issue. I knew almost nothing of Huxley going in, but Tom Chick’s preview has me more than curious (even though FPS MMOs are way out of my league.) And Bauman still attracts writers who want to cover the stuff around gaming and not just the games themselves. Check out Erica von […]