We’ve got an awesome guestbook, but the best part is we’re giving you the ability to access our guestbook to your blink camera. We got about 10,000 guest posts, so I can’t even begin to imagine all of the wonderful, insightful, and awesome things we know you’ll find. It’s not just a guestbook. It’s a place where you can find your own stuff and it’s accessible from your blink camera. We’re putting together a blog about this.
We at blink are not exactly a one-man band, so to give this a little more shine we decided to invite some of our friends and contributors for a “blink writing” meet-up. We were all a little nervous because we didn’t know if this would work, but it has. The event takes place on Saturday in San Francisco, and you can read more about it here.
If you just want to check out the rest of the meet-up, you can check us out on our Meet-Up page. I was also able to snag a few minutes with a few of our awesome blink writers.
You can see more of our blink writers here.
A blink writing meet up was a big success! Our friends and contributors were kind enough to come out and hang out. I’m really glad that some of you are still here and that you keep writing, even at a distance.
Blink writers are a group of writers who write regularly for our website, The New York Times, and other publications. They are a group of writers who spend time in our offices and are always willing to give a few hours to an event like this. They are also sometimes allowed to “hang out” in one of our offices for an hour or so.
The blink writers were given access to our offices for an hour. (Our offices are located near Times Square and are open to the public.) We would be honored to have a guest writer for a short amount of time. If you would like to come out and hang out for a bit, we would be happy to have you.
We are also very happy to have a guest writer for a few hours but have to be careful about who we have with us. We would prefer that you were a guest writer because you are a member of our team and we respect that, but we are also very careful about who we invite in and what sort of time you can expect.
We are also very careful to make it clear how much you’re allowed to discuss our games and what sort of time you can expect. We are also very careful to make it clear what sort of game you are talking about, and what time you can expect to be able to play it.
We are especially careful about that last point because many people who play games that are made for a variety of platforms (such as ours) tend to get off-track more quickly than someone who has more time to play. If you don’t have time to play our game, you can expect to see your progress dwindle, and if you do get off-track, we are going to be very annoyed about it.