I've been interested in programming since I was young, and in playing since even before then. When I was 13 I started by writing scripts for the chat program mIRC; channel watchdogs, file sharing tools, server stat reporting, etc. I became a Dungeon Master for an IRC network's Multi-User-Dungeon game, which got me other DM gigs for MUD's while I learned Basic and VB in high-school. I also mapped for Total Annihilation and more-so for it's spin-off TA:Kingdoms. I also became a world champion player for team "hi-" in a Half-Life mod called Frontline Force. I took a year of software engineering in college where I honed my language skills (and learned some C), and started Beta Testing and doing media for Frontline Force. I took up mapping for Half-Life, and joined the Source version of Frontline Force's team as a mapper. That mod was never released, so I made that FLF map into a basic CS:S map. Later, I became a top 10 Supreme Commander 2 player, and now spend my time modding that game.
No blog entries have been posted here. Boring yes, but as confucius says - if you have nothing good to say, why say anything at all? Check back later, perhaps something exciting will pop-up and be worth blogging about, like season 3 of the teletubbies.
Speak your mind, rant about games, mods and the development scene, it's simple and who knows maybe someone will read it and agree. It will feel right!