Now On Patreon: “In Times of Wars,” The Pros and Cons of Being on the Outside
My Tuesday posts are currently Patreon-exclusive. That’s an intentional carrot to get more people to join my Patreon, and once it’s risen to $1,500/month, I’ll both go back to posting Tuesday posts for free here on my blog as well as on my Patreon, and I’ll make and maintain some article index for my Patreons (the carrot to encourage Patrons to see if their friends want to join).
So when I do Tuesday posts at the moment, I try to give enough information on what it is about and where it’s going that people who read my free blog can decide if they want join up for a few bucks a month to read the end.
I’m doing the reverse, this time. The premise on why and how I can to the following conclusion is the meat of today’s Patreon-exclusive article. The tl;dr I ended with I’m going to post here, for everyone to read if they wish.
War is messy, and people are going to get hurt. Consider that very carefully before taking the first shot, or joining some brigade.
But not opposing wrongdoing when your best analysis of a situation says it’s coming allows bullies to win.
I don’t believe there’s a perfect answer here.
Posted on January 18, 2023, in Business of Games and tagged Business, Essays, Industry Insider. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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