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Wil Wheaton
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I'm keenly aware of the Pride coming before the Fall . . . but I really do like what I've been able to do here.
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Wil Wheaton, weblog, 03-10-04
Donít let the fear of not pleasing someone stop you from being creative.
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Wil Wheaton, WIL WHATON dot NET, 12-07-13
If you enjoyed making a thing, and youíre proud of the thing you made, thatís enough. Not everyone is going to like it, and thatís okay.
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Wil Wheaton, WIL WHATON dot NET, 12-07-13
Sometimes, a person who likes your work and a person who donít will show up within milliseconds of each other to let you know how they feel. One does not need to cancel out the other, positively or negatively; if youíre proud of the work, and you enjoyed the work, that is whatís important.
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Wil Wheaton, WIL WHATON dot NET, 12-07-13
The goal isnít to make something everyone will love; the goal is to get excited, and make a thing where something wasnít before.
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Wil Wheaton, WIL WHATON dot NET, 12-07-13
I donít know what the future of my career holds, but I know that whatever is over the horizon, the road Iíve traveled to get here is like those Interstates in Texas: everything can look the same, and it can feel like youíre not going anywhere, until you suddenly get where youíre going and realize that youíve been traveling for a long time.
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Wil Wheaton, WIL WHEATON dot NET, 12-16-2013
Don't be a dick!
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Wil Wheaton, WWdN: In Exile Tagline
Keep playing games. Make time to play games with your friends and family, because it's surprisingly heartbreaking to wipe a thin layer of dust off a game you love, before you put it back on the shelf because the real world is calling you.
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Wil Wheaton, WWdN: In Exile, 12-14-2011

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