Blogging from new iPhone = Bad grammar?!
So my last posting was indeed composed on my new iPhone, via the WordPress app, and required that I go back to correct atrocious grammar and spelling mistakes on my part,
I apologize to everybody for the irony of doing a piece on interactive fiction that featured such terrible mistakes. lol
While the sheer convenience of being able to blog from my phone is a real breakthrough in my life (I have been experiencing a severe time cramp lately, being also an artist), and in fact unquestionably aided me in getting that previous post out almost a week early, I will be more vigilant on going back and double-checking everything in the draft before publishing it. I believe that all the other distractions occurring around me contributed to this.
Despite what most people think: The human brain really can’t multi-task. Studies have clearly shown this. No, not even women are better at it.
I just feel so embarrassed. lol
Especially when somebody like Joe Pereira compliments my post, and he is a teacher and devotee of IF as a form of educational gaming (oh, you really must visit his blog: He has awesome information on IF, as well as actual lesson plans for using them in the classroom! Click here to zip on over.)
Also, I just now realized that I completely failed to talk about Level 9′s IF games – I’ll get back around to them. This series of posts about IF was most certainly not definitive, but more of a primer on the history and current status of the genre as a whole.
Anyways, take care everybody.
P.S. You can also download Frotz as an app on your phone, and play IF games via that!