Blog Profile / WWdN: In Exile (Wil Wheaton's Blog)


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Archived Since:March 7, 2011

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Wil Can’t Draw – Teachable Moment

I was bored while I waited for my plane to take off, so I drew a dumb cartoon that amused me. As many of you observed on Twitter, this is […]

that time i hosted blizzcon

I’m sitting in Phoenix, hoping that I get on a flight that leaves in an hour, because the flight that should have put me home twenty-five minutes ago was cancelled […]

if the zombies were real, they would have gotten me today.

Eliot is not a zombie, though she bites and claws like one if you touch her belly. Yesterday, I finished writing all the stuff I plan to do at Blizzcon, […]

I’m joining the cast of Powers

Brian M. Bendis is one of my favorite comic writers, and Remi Aubuchon is one of my favorite TV writers, so when they offered me a role on Powers, I […]

you can’t pay your rent with “the unique platform and reach our site provides”

A very nice editor at Huffington Post contacted me yesterday, and asked me if I would be willing to grant permission for the site to republish my post about the […]

ephemeral nightmare (proof of concept video)

This is a proof of concept I made to test out a project idea I’ve had for a little while, sort of similar to my Ephemera Mashup. The main inspiration for […]

Seven Things I Did To Reboot My Life

About twenty years ago, I had a portable spa in the back yard of my first house. One day, the heater stopped working, so I called a repairman to come […]

thanksgiving vs. christmas

A bunch of my friends got together and created a face-meltingly funny holiday musical, called Thanksgiving vs. Christmas. If you like the things I like, boy howdy are you going […]

I’m doing actual writing today, so here’s a picture of Marlowe.

While I was out for a run day before yesterday, I finally broke the story I’ve been wanting to write for ages. So now that the hard part is finished, […]

that kinda lux just ain’t for us

Anne and I went to Las Vegas on Sunday for our friends Matt and Doree’s wedding. We got dressed up like fancy adults, spent an evening with people we love, […]

stay awhile and listen

I’m hosting Blizzcon next month, so a big part of my preparation — my job, which is still kind of hard to believe — is to play as much Blizzard […]

Hello, world.

When I was a kid, I had an Atari 400. I spent hours sitting in front of that thing, copying programs from magazines and running the games I’d made from […]

got a photograph, picture of

I have a Canon 70D, and I love it. I’ve invested in some great lenses, including a 16-35 and 17-55 at 2.8, an 8mm fisheye, and a 60mm macro. It […]

a family photo, of sorts

When I bought my first house, I wasn’t entirely sure how to decorate it. I’d lived in apartments for years, and didn’t have much experience beyond posters from movies and […]

This is why I support a SAG-AFTRA strike authorization for video games — and it isn’t about money.

I’m getting yelled at by people on Twitter because I support my union (SAG-AFTRA)’s efforts to negotiate a better contract for voice performers like myself who perform in video games. […]

it pays my way and it corrodes my soul

I’m home from a vacation that I desperately needed, and in twenty minutes, I’m going straight to work on something that I love. It feels weird to not post stuff […]

A Guide To Being A Dog, by Seamus Wheaton, is now an actual book that you can own.

Poking my head up from my break to share this, because I think it’s awesome… Some of you  know that I and and I have a non-profit foundation that raises money for organizations like NAMI, Planned Parenthood, and others. This month, as we do every September, we’re doing a fundraiser for the Pasadena Humane Society. Show More Summary

ctrl + ] send brk

I’m taking a little bit of a break from everything, so here’s Marlowe to put a little awwwwww in your day.

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