Saturday, March 27, 2010

Humintell Additional Training Product Review

This second in-depth review covers two additional training available for MiX 2 and SubX. The main differences are discussed and the high and low points of the products. A must read for those who have bought either MiX 2 or SubX but are undecided whether or not they should buy the additional training.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Visitors from Outer Space

This blog has a latent popularity, if one could write so. The topic related to RPG Maker and alike is the most attractive to my visitors. The largest part of visitors use MacOS X. My documents available online have been read over a thousand times! The number one blog post is undoubtedly and incontestably “To See Is To Believe.” It seems people do enjoy drama — how else would reality shows be so successful?

I have always been responsive to the RPG Maker community and it's difficult to understand the reasons why some people hang out on my blog on a regular basis without writing a single thing. Your feedback would be appreciated.

Other topics are growing in popularity at a fast pace. I will continue to work on blog posts according to my initial plan as written in Peeling a New Skin. This is no empty promises: it is on track so far.

I am not interested to increase my readership on the basis of shallow topics and sensationalism. Drama has no place on this blog. Unfortunately, I cannot retrieve the messages in “To See Is To Believe” at this time. Moderation will remain on as long as necessary.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Do We Have A Deal?

The best deals are not always the easiest to close, even when you have an incredible product to sell. I've put out amazing high quality softwares in my career and I can tell you that any product doesn't sell on its own. One cannot sit on a hot seller and wait things to happen because the nature of business is very clear that an unattended product will simply die. We've all got to work at it. But, you ask, how do you know when you can close a deal?

Saturday, March 20, 2010

RGSS Player for MacOS X

I've been working hard lately and there is progress at last. Now I have dusted off and updated some ol' brochure. Most likely another direct-to-shelf software. Oh well...

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Paul Ekman On The Run

Dr. Paul Ekman is an impressive and renown psychologist in the field of emotions. He has a very long list of accomplishments but besides that it is enjoyable to watch him on video. He always seems to me as a peaceful, calm and warm person. He would certainly fit to the urban definition of being Zen and it's not surprising that he befriended the Dalai Lama.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Statistics for Humintell Products

Humintell has an appealing product line to train in recognition of emotions, microexpressions, subtle expressions and so forth. Their products are great training tools in general but some features are missing in my opinion. Statistics is a phenomenal tool to improve oneself to become a true master and it would be an invaluable addition to the existing features in Humintell's product line.


I am a passionate person and always go the extra mile. I have thousands of pages written with ideas and concepts but being a software designer also means to bring them to life. I enjoy taking up challenges, roll up my sleeves and get down to the deed.

Sunday, March 07, 2010

The Hand Shake of Donald Trump

There is a variety of handshakes with equally various meanings. Some express good feelings while others express ill feelings. From the firm business handshake to sweaty hands barely touching, you'd be surprised how your handshake can influence how others perceive you and how it can influence the manner you perceive others.

A friend of mine suggested me to watch The Apprentice in spite of my aversion for television. I was thrilled because Donald Trump is an interesting character to watch, that is, as far as non-verbal communication goes. His body movements are mostly purposeful or theatrical where the only clues of what and how he really feels are subtle. I would not be surprised to learn that he would have a non-verbal behaviour specialist of some kind to advice him.