Tim Ellis is a data junkie, economist, and game geek. He has been tracking the local real estate market since 2005 at Seattle Bubble. You can read his occasional thoughts on other topics at TimAndJeni.com, or follow him on Twitter at @The_Tim.
On Feb. 9, 2012, I backed my first Kickstarter project—an old-school adventure video game known at the time as “Double Fine Adventure.” Although the “estimated delivery” of the game was originally… Read More
Last week local entrepreneur Greg Gans of mobile restaurant ordering startup Savvy Orders launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to buy the assets of bankrupt Seattle sandwich shop Paseo,… Read More
Home automation company August launched their flagship Smart Lock today to much fanfare, glowing reviews (well, mostly), and an announcement that the $250 device is now available at Apple Stores… Read More
In a “final update” posted yesterday to the sword-fighting game Clang’s Kickstarter page, Neal Stephenson officially announced “the termination of CLANG.” A year ago Stephenson said that Subutai Corporation’s development… Read More
Seattle-based author-turned-video-game-designer Neal Stephenson had high ambitions for his sword-fighting game called Clang, which successfully reached its $500,000 funding goal on Kickstarter in July. Now, though, those plans have been… Read More
At 10:38 AM Wednesday, the Bat-Signal for gaming geeks lit up Seattle’s cloudy skies: It’s time!PAX Prime badges have gone live!prime.paxsite.com/registration — PAX (@Official_PAX) April 17, 2013 Tickets for the… Read More