[games_access] My gaming blog? + Michelle's status

Corey 'Dis' Krull dis at d-gamer.com
Fri Mar 21 17:32:53 EDT 2008

Thank you all for your input, I really appreciate it. I do understand about
wanting to keep your email down to a minimum. I will just send out emails
only when I have important news or stories from my blog. I do have an RSS
feed and an email subscription to my blog through FeedBurner.

DGAMER Blog RSS Feed <http://dgamerblog.wordpress.com/feed/>

Blog Email Subscription

Mark - I am sorry if I haven't responded to any of your emails, I do not
remember ever receiving them. I'm not sure which email address you were
sending them to since I have more than one. Send me a message to
dis at d-gamer.com and I will get right back to you.

Michelle - I hope that your chronic health issues improve. I know it can be
hard to deal with major changes in your life, I have gone through many
myself. Just do what makes you happy it is good for the mind.


Corey 'Dis' Krull

DGAMER <http://d-gamer.com/>

DGAMER <http://dgamerblog.wordpress.com/> Blog


From: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-bounces at igda.org]
On Behalf Of Eitan Glinert
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2008 7:01 AM
To: IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List
Subject: Re: [games_access] My gaming blog? + Michelle's status

Ok, while we're at it I too have a blog, www.eitanglinert.com . No RSS feed,
since I personally am not a huge fan (I like to go to websites and be
"surprised"). My blog is a more of a mix, I cover not just accessibility but
also education and human computer interaction in games.

On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 9:54 AM, d. michelle hinn <hinn at uiuc.edu> wrote:

Eitan, Mark, Corey and all --

Yeah...after looking at this sea of email mess I have from the past
week (not just the list -- other email as well) I can see what you
are all saying -- yes, I agree that only the main stories should be
posted on the list and definitely include a sentence or two to
explain why it's a noteworthy post (ie, a new controller has been
reviewed or an interview or news article is up). Both Barrie and Mark
are good examples of people only posting to the list when it's
something major versus for every single posting so I'd say that they
do a great job of setting the tone of judicial posting. I have no
problem with people posting major updates, project milestones and so
forth -- but, yeah, let's make sure we respect each other's email

Great idea about the RSS feeds -- we should get those on the Wiki so
that we can lead people to a "one stop shop" for RSS feeds for the
different blogs.

And, also, for those who want an even lighter mode for even this
list, don't forget about the digest mode (more info at
http://seven.pairlist.net/mailman/listinfo/games_access -- if you
can't change your settings because you can't get your password
retrieved/remembered, let me know and I can go in and do that for

And Eitan -- I'm afraid that we can pretty much go with
"recurring"/chronic on the health front, unfortunately. I haven't
been wanting to give in to that but I have to start figuring out how
to live with this reality or it will just depress me too much. Sigh.


>I am going to agree... I only update the list when I get a major

>catch on AbleGamers such as an interview with a game dev or some

>other "major" story. I spend a lot of time as it is sifting the

>list. I agree with the RSS feed thing, so I will start it off. Also

>Corey, I have sent you a few emails personal, but no response, I

>would like to talk to you.


>Want only disabled gaming news from AbleGamers...


2> &version=1&feed_id=2


>Want ALL news


1> &version=1&feed_id=1


>Want just the blog


3> &version=1&feed_id=3




>Eitan Glinert wrote:

>>Hi everyone,


>>Corey, I think it's great that you're doing a blog on

>>accessibility! However, at the risk of sounding like a jerk I'm

>>going to go out on a limb and say that I do mind if you send out

>>e-mail every time you update your blog. That's exactly what RSS

>>feeds are for - why don't you send out a link so people can

>>subscribe to your blog instead? Of course, if you post something

>>especially relevant you shouldn't hesitate to e-mail the list.


>>Sorry, I just feel like this list is high traffic enough, and that

>>sometimes it is hard to pick out the signal over the noise.


>>Michelle, I'm glad to hear that you are out of the hospital. I hope

>>you get better soon and that this doesn't become recurring.




>>On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 2:25 AM, d. michelle hinn <hinn at uiuc.edu

>><mailto:hinn at uiuc.edu>> wrote:


>> Not at all -- it would probably help for future posts if you added

>> a sentence to mention what the topic is for your latest blog posts

>> for people quickly scanning through the list. The list, as I see

>> it, has become a great resource/portal to all things about game

>> accessibility rather than solely SIG work. The only thing I think

>> anyone would have an issue with was something like constant "check

>> out our weekly sales at blahblah.com <http://blahblah.com>!" style

>> messages. I mean a sale mention here and there if an accessibility

>> company was having a sale on switch boxes would probably be

>> appreciated but not constant mega ads. :)


>> Sorry, everyone -- I've been away for the last few days in

>> hospital and I just got out a few hours ago if you can believe

>> that (I've been there since the weekend). So I'm off to bed

>> (amazing how badly you sleep in hospital -- I feel exhausted! I

>> guess it's all the beeps and cords and such hanging off of you

>> that help keep you from really relaxing enough to fall into a

>> restorative sleep. Anyway, so if you have emailed me in the last

>> week and are wondering why I haven't answered...that's why! I'll

>> be catching up over the next few days.


>> Michelle


>>> Hi all,


>>> I hope that you don't mind if I start letting you know when I

>>> update my accessible gaming blog on here. This is my latest post

>>> for 03/20/2OO8 <http://dgamerblog.wordpress.com/>.




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