I had an interesting experience this morning as I was headed off to work. I haven’t run into this before, and I hope I never run into it again. It was about as big a failure to get me as a customer as you can get.
I left my house to head to Continue reading How Not To Get A Customer
After nearly six months, I’m putting the Paul Gillespie Experience back online. It’s been far too long. Between my job, my house, my game (which is launching on Kickstarter in January!) and about four million other things going on I’ve been absolutely horrible about keeping the blog up. My dad, Continue reading Spinning It Back Up
It lives – my first (of hopefully many) Kickstarter projects is now posted out to Kickstarter. Ten-minute Dungeon Delve is up and running here (or here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1369522749/ten-minute-dungeon-delve). Check it out!
Game play is very Continue reading It’s ALIVE!
I’m (hopefully) about a week away from launching my first Kickstarter campaign for the game I’ve been developing for a couple of years. I cannot tell you how excited I am.
Game 1 of the ALDS is about to start. Royals and Blue Jays – just like it was 30 years ago.
Which, incidentally, seems to be Continue reading Let’s Go Royals!
It was another incredible May Fire! tournament.
For the third year in a row the tourney – which is the best doubles and quads tournament you’ll find in the Midwest – brought dozens of teams and as many spectators to Volleyball Beach. And once again nothing about the tournament failed to impress.
Freddy and I Continue reading May Fire! Recap