Coventry, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 29, 2012 -- Bruce Everiss has been blogging since 2007 with well over a thousand articles written and well over a million visitors to them. His first blog, Bruce on Games http://www.bruceongames.com/ gave an inside view of the video game industry and is still very widely read. Bruce on shaving http://www.bruceonshaving.com/ then looked at traditional methods of accomplishing man's daily grooming task and quickly drew an enthusiastic following. Then Bruce on Politics http://www.bruceonpolitics.com/ espoused libertarian economics and liberal social policies, based on decades of closely observing the political classes and the consequences of their actions and inactions.
Now Bruce has created a new, personal, blog about himself and his life called, quite simply, Bruce Everiss http://bruceeveriss.blogspot.co.uk/ in which he will share the myriad experiences from his past, present and future. This has the potential to be very interesting indeed.
Bruce Everiss has been in the home computer and video game industry continuously since 1978, currently he is Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Kwalee, a developer and publisher of smartphone games based in Leamington Spa in the UK. The huge amount of knowledge accumulated in this industry informs the blog, but it is not what the blog is about. More it is about distilling a lifetime of experience in very many areas in order to come up with valuable and succinct content. Bruce is immensely well traveled and has an intense interest in the arts. These two areas have the potential to generate much quality content.
Bruce is excited with the new venture "In the days of the interwebs there is no point in hiding your light under a bushel. Far better to have your say for everyone to see. With this blog I hope that people will be able to see more of the man behind everything else that I do. My life is nothing special, however I have been lucky enough to be close to several revolutions in consumer behavior and my actions may have had some bearing on events. Hopefully people will find this content interesting "
The blog is just a few days old and already it has lots of great and interesting content which is receiving an enthusiastic welcome. Eventually this will grow into a whole body of work that should be of interest to many people.