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The Mediocre Employee Who Seems Like a Good Employee

by Chris McMediocre of AccordingToWhim.com I’ve often felt like I’m a mediocre employee who seems indispensable because I stay busy…

Summer Pregnancies and Births

by Chris McGinty of AccordingToWhim.com Just to warn you, I don’t really have much of a thought here. I was…

Forced Savings Weren’t as Useful This Year

by Chris McGinty of AccordingToWhim.com It’s interesting to me how many people are upset that their tax returns aren’t as…

Promoting Your Unsigned Band

By Chris McGinty (AccordingToWhim.com) I don’t currently have a band, but I play one on TV. Ignore that last sentence….

Chris’s Apocalyptic Goals, and the End of Nathan’s World as He Knows It (and I Feel Fine)

by chris McGinty (According To Whim .com) Nathan spoke about his goals for the coming year in his last post,…

Tips for Writing Interactive Fiction (Part Two)

On Sunday, I explained how I found that a lot of online interactive fiction isn’t worth the time to read…

Tips for Writing Interactive Fiction (Part One)

by Chris McGinty (According To Whim .com) When I was thirteen years old, I spent a couple of days on…

When Redundant Backups Aren’t Enough

by Chris McGinty My laptop seems to be fried. It may very well need Windows XP reinstalled on it. I’m…