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Doom – My Recollections of a World-changing Computer Game

December 27, 2015 | By Paul Mackenzie Ross | No Comments | Filed in: games.

Doom logo, courtesy of id software

Back in 1994 I’d been out of the computing loop for a few years. I’d cut my teeth on the Sinclair ZX81, graduated to Acorn’s BBC Model B and worked on Archimedes at college for my Computing Science A level. Then I lost contact with computers for the best part of 5 long years.


Computer Games and Small Business Strategy

November 16, 2012 | By Paul Mackenzie Ross | No Comments | Filed in: business, games, philosophy.

Are SMEs Being Encouraged to Level Up too Quickly? I’ll admit it; I’m not particularly good at computer games. When I played Halo on the original Xbox against one of my younger brothers I got shot. Lots. On the Nintendo Wii versus my junior-school daughter, her wrist-flicks fired off aces without a single “proper” serve. • Read More »

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