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Digital Gaming Clouds

For those of you that don’t know, I am one of OnLive’s largest fans and lifelong supporters. I’ve been using the service faithfully since 2010, and have logged hundreds of hours in the cloud.
I’ve written dozens of articles about OnLive, have been very vocal about my love and trust of the OnLive service, and have referred over 400 people to join OnLive. I’ve even met some super awesome people while using the service. I’ve been a member of the largest OnLive fan site for years, and joined OnLive Fans Forum a day or two after the original site had disbanded. I’ve been using OLFF every other day since I signed up, and although I do not post as often as I should, I am still one of OLFF’s most active members. (when it comes to signing in and reading the chat, that is)

OnLive is the future of gaming. They are essentially my digital religion, and I follow them faithfully. That is why I am super happy to announce that OnLive has invited me to become one of their Ambassador’s.
This is just an invite for the potential to become a key member of the OnLive community, and although it would be an absolute honor and a privilege to be accepted into the ranks of the OnLive immortals, a part of me feels unworthy of the title. I’m nothing more than an enthusiastic gamer, so the odds that they will actually accept me into their welcoming arms seems to be fairly low.
No matter what happens, I will never leave OnLive’s virtual side. I’ll stay with them until the end of all time, and will forever remain a fan of the OnLive gaming service. Nothing will ever deter me from this path of fandome.

So, consider this blog entry my official representation of love and respect. Although I’ve written about OnLive over on the Gaming Rant website, I’ve yet to actually write a personal article on my personal blog. You see, that’s the thing. OnLive is a very personal part of my life. Without OnLive, I would feel incomplete. I know that may sound corny, but it is the whole and honest truth. Just ask any of my friends, readers and family members of that truth. I quite simply never shut up about it. It was time that I properly express myself, and my love towards the future of gaming. That’s why I have a blog, after all. To write about my personal interests, and my personal desires. And the one thing I desire most of all, is to see OnLive become the #1 video game platform in the world.