This is really neat to see Miyamoto walk us through his thought process on how he created the most iconic level of all time:
Everyone likes to give advice but not everyone likes receiving it. Part of this is because of the fact that not everyone giving advice is very good at delivering it nor do they have the credibility and trustworthiness to carry it through.
These are great and well-worth considering and thinking over:
A picture Sue created in Microsoft Paint after I proposed to her.
A few days ago Sue and I celebrated 10 years together as a married couple. To think that we’ve made it to the decade mark and our 10th anniversary is nothing short of a miracle. It’s been an incredible journey, one that has included thrills, spills, amazing highs and similar lows.
But… we made it and I’m so thankful that I’ve found and get to do life with my best friend and partner. I am so grateful that we didn’t give up because we are now getting to reap the blessings from our commitment.
Last night I finally decided to change up my Twitter handle again.
For those that have been around this isn’t entirely out of character as I’ve done it a handful of times over the years, but this one is significant namely because I said I’d never do it again.
Howard Stern can completely eat it:
An incredible presentation on some of the fundamental things that have changed, especially since I started first learning the technical-side of that world.