I couldn't even read more than 10 of those quotes; too much burning rage to continue. Who the fuck in their right mind would enjoy that? Who would enjoy READING that shit?
I'm a lone wolf, myself. people keep trying to shoehorn me into an Alpha position, and I hate that. The majority of Eve's lone wolves do end up in piracy-related careers ingame, so perhaps it's not such a coincidence ;)
There really isn't a lot I can talk about, these days, at least in terms of Eve, and what I can say about Dust and WoD is all stuff you can find out in news posts :p Rest assured, I'm still playing Eve.
It's good to see you back in business, Geaux ^_^
Cleared up the double-post ;)
<3 Hope things are going well, hon. If you want my MSN or email, just give me a poke!
EVE won't be the same without you, but you've got some good stuff going :) Feel free to poke me on MSN anytime!
It wasn't the rage so much as the fact that gaming media sites picked up on it; this is why I'm asking you to keep blogging, because it does get noticed :) As I said in another response, it was heart-warming to see the reaction of the player-base, because it meant you cared about how things were affecting the virtual environment.
To answer your question: I like what I'm seeing in the dev-blogs. But knowing who has been let go makes me worry about whether they can pull it off with the level of quality needed. Most of us didn't even have time to wrap all the work we've done into an internally-available package so that someone else can continue with it.
It was very much more to me than just a paycheque. I'm proud to have been part of CCP, even if only for a little while.
Good to see you're still alive and kicking, mate :)