Saturday, May 14, 2016

Blowing The Dust Off  


Wow, so it's been a while since I updated, and yes, this is going to be one of those posts.

If you're reading this then I'm sure you've noticed that I haven't been writing anything here at Coffeecola lately -- not trying to make excuses, but the simple fact is that life has just gotten too busy. Between the day job, running Gamecritics at night, spending time with the family and trying to, y'know, actually play some games once in a while, I had to cut back on some things and the blog was one of them. 

On the plus side, I'm still writing, reviewing, and generally being out there... That energy just hasn't been focused here, though. I don't plan to stop blogging, but it's not the priority that it once was. I'll still post things that aren't a good fit elsewhere, but I think my days of multiple updates a week are probably over, at least for now. 

If you still want to keep up with me and what I'm doing, here are four good ways.

1> I'm still the editor at, and all of my written reviews run there. 

2> I'm active on Twitter, and you can follow me at @BradGallaway. I'm more frequently available at night than I am during the day, but if you tweet at me, I'll usually respond. 

3> Although our recording schedule is semi-random these days, we're still putting out new episodes of the Gamecritics Podcast

4> If you want more of me in your ear, I'm also a very frequent guest on the VideogameBreak Podcast, and while it has a very different flavor than GC's own homebrew, I think it's a lot of fun. 

So, this might be the last post here for a while, but I'm not taking this blog down and I'm sure there will be new bits popping up here and there. In the meantime, thanks for all your support and I hope to keep interacting with everyone who's been reading in the ways listed above.


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3 comments: to “ Blowing The Dust Off

  • Jay


    Hey Brad,

    I was already noticing a lesser frequent update pattern, and I'll actually delete this blog from my bookmarks favourites now, since your updates will be even less frequent as you announced. I must admit that Twitter sounds tempting, but I don't know yet if I want another "thing" in my life that needs maintance and constant checking and "work" or energy. For people like you, with a rather extensive social network it must be a great thing, for me, not so much. My world is smaller. I guess I'll just e-mail you once and a while, though, this is becoming a rather one-sided affair between us;-) (kidding) But yeah, I can follow you, you have no clue bout me, so I get that, no worries. Anyway, thanks for posting and being out there, it was fun. I'll still listen to the podcasts, so it's no farewell indeed.



    Hey Jay!

    If you haven't tried it, I'd definitely suggest downloading a Twitter client (I like Tweetbot, myself) and giving it a try... It might be a lot more fun than you expect.

    In any case, thanks for being such a regular reader and commenter, and yeah, this isn't farewell by any means!



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