Yeah, we all do have lives away from our computers. In fact, recently I
was down flat on my back with a nasty weather related illness.
Definitely the last thing I wanted to do was spend any time behind a
computer let alone do any game programming. Some people have a way of
forgetting those kinds of simple human issues common to us all. They
must think we are borg implanted with our computers and live to serve
them. Think again.
Bryan Peterson wrote:
I couldn't agree more. Philip has a life away from the computer I'm
quite sure. And constant badgering like this has got to be discouraging
for our oneto-two-man game companies. It sends the message that we don't
care about what they themselves might want. Liam would just prefer to
wait until Philip's Streamway program to be done before he updates his
games. That's well within his rights. So my advice, Hayri, is to be
patient and not ask the same questions over and over again. Our market
can't afford to lose anymore developers. Besides, you're forgetting the
rather important fact that ow that he has a job, Liam doesn't have the
time needed to update his games from scratch. And when you've spent all
day working at a computer the last ting you want to do wen you get home
is sit in front of the computer again. So let's just leave it at that,
shall we? The games will be updated when the time is right.
Eeny meeny miney mo. Is Homer a hero? The answer is...no.
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