Author Archives: Koveras
I’m often asked which security add-ons I’d recommend for new Firefox users. This post exists so I don’t have to say the same thins every time and can instead refer everyone to it. 🙂 Here are five that I consider … Continue reading
I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out the title question out yesterday, and decided that I might as well post the solution here as a helpful hack. The backstory here is that I’m using the AdBlock Firefox … Continue reading
A long, long time ago, in a galaxy far away, my website was hosted under the domain name Koveras.net. Then life happened and I lost the ownership of it, having to settle for Koveras.org instead–which has really bugged me ever … Continue reading
Just as a quick heads-up: my main site (koveras.net) has finally been updated to a modern CMS engine, namely, Joomla!. And just for the laughs, I have archived some parts of the old website under legacy.koveras.org.
Have you ever wondered which computer language gives the highest salary to computer programmers? Programmers are very much in-demand now, earning around $100,000 a year, thanks to the boom of mobile adoption.
Recently, I have come across a series of YouTube videos by one Keith Burgun, presenting his ideas on (video) game design. While I do not necessarily agree with all of his conclusions, I do find his insight into many aspects … Continue reading
The question of the differentiation between science fiction and fantasy is a common, even contentious topic, especially when the two genres (along with horror) are lumped into more generic “speculative fiction”. Not claiming to be an expert on the fine … Continue reading
Having recently quit playing Star Wars: The Old Republic (for good this time… I hope), I have been thinking about the game a lot lately–specifically, its class system and how it manages to feel both appropriate to the Star Wars … Continue reading
This is a follow-up to my earlier post on Karma Meters, inspired by several games I’ve played, thoughts I’ve had, and articles I’ve read in the meantime. Two particularly influential treatises have been this article on problems faced by interactive storytelling … Continue reading