August 2007

One day computer games will largely replace teachers for most education and all students will be educated way beyond our wildest dreams. And I don’t mean games as in Grand Theft Auto. […]

As ever this is not an instructional manual, just a few tips: First, whatever the scale of your press release distribution and no matter how big or small your story, […]

I live near Stratford-upon-Avon, home of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and I’ve been to see very many plays there over the years. And the peculiar thing is that most productions […]

This is just so simple and so obvious and yet everybody seems to forget it. In computer games publishing there is a tendency to see other publishers as the competition. […]

The latest magazine circulation figures are out and it is not looking good — but the forests of the world must be breathing a big sigh of relief. I remember […]

I have gone to the States for just over a week. But I have written an article for every weekday whilst I am away and they should automatically post themselves […]

This really takes some believing, usually the Americans are so commercially adept, but they have blown this one, big style. E3 was the annual jamboree for the whole global industry. […]