Posts Tagged ‘Horace’

Um, Oops, Could Everyone Welcome Nathan Grayson

By John Walker on August 15th, 2012.

He has infinite lives, too.

If we at RPS are anything, it’s rubbish. Nathan’s been writing for us for months, and we’ve yet to put up an official welcome post. It feels almost silly at this point, as surely everyone’s used to seeing his daily writings. But it’s important. So we’re doing it. A while back we advertised a post for a News Writer, and we received an overwhelming number of responses, many of them absolutely excellent. But one stood out above the rest, and that was the work of former Texan, Mr Nathan Grayson of San Francisco Citytown. You may have seen him elsewhere, on VG247, PC Gamer, IGN and a few other big name places. But now he’s ours! ALL OURS! (Apart from when he writes for other places.)

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Hivemind Restored: Welcome Adam Smith

By John Walker on September 22nd, 2011.

Every new person gets a session with Horace.

It was a long, interesting process. When RPS put out the appeal for a new writer to plug into the hivemind™, we were never expecting not only the incredible volume of applicants, but the extraordinarily high standards. Over 300 people applied for the position, and in there were many absolutely fantastic candidates. It was not an easy decision by any means, which is partly why it’s taken us so very long. But one writer stood out, in terms of the specialisms we were hoping for combined with just really great writing. He, you may have guessed, is Adam Smith.

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