Thoughts on Project Skyway Bootcamp

Posted by on Jun 14, 2011 in entrepreneur, women in technology | 2 Comments
Thoughts on Project Skyway Bootcamp

My company, SieEnt, had the tremendous honor of participating in Project Skyway’s Bootcamp Weekend June 10-12. The experience was incredible, validating, educational and eye opening. It was a 3-day initiation into the Twin Cities tech entrepreneur scene. ¬†And that scene is full of energy, excitement and seriously awesome people. I’ll break down thoughts by event: […]

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Designing a Game is like Planning a Party

Posted by on Feb 22, 2011 in entrepreneur, game industry | No Comments

This blog has been an unfortunate victim of my new game company SieEnt. Livin’ the dream as it were. As we move through our process of designing and building the game and the company a thought came to my mind. Designing a game is much like planning a party. Like a game, parties are also […]

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That’s not idealistic. That is Human.

All Apologies I had the great pleasure of attending the IGDA Leadership Forum in San Francisco a few weeks back. It was great. There was a lot of interesting and informative presentations about leadership in the game industry. Especially interesting to me were the presentations of Scott Crabtree, Marc Merrill and Laura Fryer. Managing Your […]

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Entrepreneur

The first test of an entrepreneur is – can you spell “entrepreneur”? So I think I passed that one. *whew* I’ve decided to combine my passion for empowering women with my passion for video games. Its like the peanut butter cup of video games and its going to be awesome. As much as I’d love […]

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