Yesterday went swimmingly; we had a great time at Gunston Hall, then
Found out some interesting bits about George Mason: he came into his inheritance at the age of 10 after his father died in a storm at sea. He always conducted business himself, never using hired help to balance the books or haggle with businessmen. He was highly conscious of rights issues, and in fact wouldn’t sign the Constitution because it didn’t have a Bill Of Rights when it was drafted. He deplored slavery, but didn’t want it instantly abolished because of the number of people’s lives it would ruin (both free and slave). I found a pretty good biography of Mason online (ironically, hosted in the Netherlands).
Work on the Wolfenstein 3
My problem with the Wolf3D game now is coming up with an interesting premise and game idea. I’m tired of FPS games, and this certainly won’t stand up next to Quake3. I’m thinking of doing a