Being Thankful as an Indie

It’s that time of year again! Thanksgiving, that American holiday, is today. It’s a fantastic opportunity to take stock and recognize those things that we can be thankful for.

I’m thankful for free and inexpensive information about game development, marketing, business, sales, and personal development, all available through the World Wide Web.

I’m thankful for free and inexpensive high-quality development resources, including source code, compilers, engines, operating systems, art, and sound.

I’m thankful for opportunities granted by the multiple large platforms, including Facebook, cell phones, and the Web.

I’m thankful for the knowledge that I’m much more than I have been demonstrating.

I’m thankful for you, the readers of my blog.

So what are you thankful for as an indie game developer?

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