I am many things. Information Technology worker for a bank. Former Speedrunner of video games (A Google-provided list of my runs is here). Reviewer. One-time Game Designer

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  1. Post-MAGFest 8/Speed Demos Archive Charity Marathon Wrapup — 11 comments
  2. Connecticon 2009: Mission Accomplished — 11 comments
  3. On the Concept of Selling Out — 10 comments
  4. Give Me Wizardry! — 10 comments
  5. R.I.P. Cookies and Other Less Depressing Thoughts — 9 comments

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Oct 21

Emptyeye.com- Week 1

So it’s been a week since my site went live. Things seem to be going well, though obviously there was a dropoff after the initial “Site’s live!” announcement, which is to be expected. Also, actually detecting what the most popular pages are is a bit difficult–LunarPages (By the way, if you decide you want a …

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Oct 17

On the Concept of Selling Out

The other day, I was listening to Nitro Game Injection, which is a weekly radio show devoted to covers of video game music. They were doing an interview with pianist Daniel “Kareshi” Brown, and they asked him for this thoughts about the man commonly billed as the Video Game Pianist. Summarized in one sentence, Kareshi’s …

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Oct 14

DVD Burning Weirdness

So awhile back I completed a speed run of the NES game Astyanax. I let it sit on my DVD recorder for a bit, and then tried to get it from the recorder’s hard drive onto a DVD. Weirdness then commenced. On my first attempt, I burned the run, put the DVD into my computer….then …

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Oct 07

emptyeye.com is live!

Welcome! This is officially my first post at my fancy new website, which, as you can see, is called emptyeye.com. Feel free to have a look around. You can get started by checking out the sidebar, where you can find out about the site, or the person who runs it. You can also check out …

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