I’m off for the GAMA Trade Show in Las Vegas on Sunday. If you’ll be out there (it’s for gaming industry professionals only, I’m afraid), give me a shout. I’m only sticking around through Wednesday, as I have many duties calling me home. (I can think of at least five by name, and they live in the bedrooms next to mine.)
With luck, you can find me wandering the exhibit hall on Tuesday afternoon, or possibly manning the Playmates Toys booth, helping show the latest bits for my Marvel Heroes Battle Dice game and my upcoming DC Battle Dice game. In addition, I’m officially scheduled for the following events:
Monday, March 13th, 2006, 10-11 a.m.
Seven Habits of Highly Effective Freelancers
With so much riding on every release, publishers need to choose wisely whenever they outsource projects. Learn the qualities a freelancer should make sure they embody, for themselves and their publishers, as well as qualities publishers should look for in the freelancers they hire.
Tuesday, March 14th, 2006, 10-11 a.m.
For the committed professional who now derives the majority of their income from freelancing in the game industry, there are whole new challenges to consider. Topics of discussion include: effective time and project management, tax planning for the self-employed, handling royalties, and legal recourses for the Freelancer.
If it’s vital you get a hold of me at the show, shoot me an e-mail, and we’ll set up an appointment. My time in town is short, so it’s always best to schedule these things ahead of time if we can. See you there!
For the rest of you, if this blog suddenly gets quiet, now you know why.