Monday, January 17, 2011

So I have an idea...

Hello, Hello!

So I was talking to a person on Twitter, and they wanted to do an on-line Dungeons and Dragons game. I was going to play, but had other obligations at the time of the gaming. It was done over Livestream. I'm not too sure how well the gaming went, but it seemed to go halfway decently.

Now, I know that there are a few sites that are for on-line table top gaming, but I was wondering how much of a 'need' there was for this type of program. Who would use it, what features they would like to have, things of that nature.

Which bring me to this. Would you be at least interested in this sort of thing? If so, what features would you like to see with it? Would you be willing to pay for this, and if yes, how much?

Leave your answers in the comment section, and I'll definitely take them into consideration. Thanks!

Thursday, January 13, 2011

FAQ about my twitter 'paper'.

Hello all!

Lately, I have been receiving a lot of questions and comments about my paper, "8 – Infinity Bit Gaming Geeks & Gamer Update" that I have set up to post on twitter. Thank you for your interest! I am posting this FAQ, as to try to clear up some of the questions I receive. This is mostly on a best guess of mine that I can figure out. The FAQ from the paper can be found here:

Q: How does the paper work?

A: The paper is automatic. It takes my twitter feed, and posts it in the 'paper' format. If I follow you, and you post a link (picture, article, blog, etc.) most likely you will be in it. Most of the time, I am away from my computer when this posts.

Q: I didn't write anything for your paper, why am I featured?

A: No, you didn't write anything specifically for 'my paper'. BUT, you did tweet a decent amount, and the more you tweet, the more likely it is that you have posted a link. (This is a guess on my part. I have noticed that some of the 'featured tweeps' have tweeted a lot.)

Q: Can I get featured in your paper? If so, how?

A: Yes, you can get featured in my paper. Tweet a lot.

Q: I would like to write for your paper. How do I submit an article?

A: Thank you! You already do write for my paper if I follow you! And to submit, just post a link!