The year in Idealoclast 2014

It’s crazy to think that the one year anniversary of this blog thing is approaching ever so. It started on September 7th of last year to bid my time waiting for the next school year, because I apparently missed the window to apply.

100 or so posts later here we are. It’s important to look back at where it started, and to see where it’s headed now as another year approaches the horizon. It started in defence of a wonderful HBO show about a newsroom, and an important view about the school system.

A lot of the time, it’s been about the utter craziness of the gaming community.

I’ve looked at photography and tried adding a tale to them.

At the end of 2013, you were briefed on significant things from the year.

Sometimes the things I’ve wanted to talk about, hit a little closer to home than I would have liked.

jkf3In the dawn of Patreon campaigning, Let’s walks started. A wonderfully satirical experiment that was once told to me that it wasn’t very entertaining. (Which is probably a great comment, because the walk wasn’t entertaining enough to listen to the conversation going on.)

The occasional art jam also happened.

In the perspective of a year, it’s been a short time, but I’ve explored many different ways that content was produced.

DID YOU KNOW: This short story about Jimmy Fallon is the most viewed article?

THIS article on Joel Mchale’s Transgendered Wario joke has the most comments.

THIS is probably my favourite meme that I’ve ever created for myself.

Also incase you missed it, I shared the entire first draft of my Daniel Wyke on the blog.

As I review everything that has happened, I encourage you to do the same. Input is crucial from an audience to see exactly where I’m headed as a writer. But not just as that, but with the current video content itself. Game club and Wordsmythe currently have the focus, as I continue to explore.

Share some of your favourites, give your comments and criticisms, and be with me as we see where another year will lead us.

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