Monthly Archives: June 2014

All the tweets I would have sent if I hadn’t forgotten to take my phone to sunny California

After exhausting ourselves with amusement parks, we decided it was time to pretend like we were grown-ups for a little. My phone was still forgotten, but here are the tweents I would have sent. After all the amusement parks, we … Continue reading

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All the tweets I would have sent if I hadn’t forgotten to take my phone to Universal Studios

After forgetting my phone on my California vacation, I had to hand-write all the things I wanted to tweet, just like some kind of cave-man. Here’s what I would have tweeted from Universal Studios. Universal Studios Universal rules. The new … Continue reading

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All the tweets I would have sent if I hadn’t forgotten to take my phone to Disney Land

I went on vacation to California and accidentally left my phone back in Seattle. I was reduced to writing down all the tweets I wanted to send in a little note pad. Now that I’m home, I can finally post … Continue reading

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Kickstarter lab for writers: fulfilling orders

Mailing! Mailing can be a time-consuming enterprise and one that many first-time crowdfund project creators often underestimate. Remember that you need to buy mailing envelopes, print labels, tape boxes, and then go stand in line at the post office. In … Continue reading

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Mad Science shirts and lab coats

I had shirts and lab coats silkscreened as a special offer for my Kickstarter backers, and they turned out so well that I’m going to do another run. If you want one, contact me and let me know! I’m not … Continue reading

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The jet suit from Ghost Storm

This is the jet suit Dean test-pilots in Ghost Storm. Compared to other jet packs, it doesn’t look very special on the outside– I wanted it that way because it’s a prototype and not built to be fancy (although I do … Continue reading

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