When I was about 13 I had my first virtual reality experience. It was at a Dave ‘n Busters in Chicago, and if I recall, it was a crazy low-polygon world where I shot a bunch of arrows at things. It was incredible to move and react in real-time with pixels. At the time I didn’t quite get how this would be a part of my daily life, but 20 years later here we are: The Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.
As most of you know I basically spend 90% of my free-time playing video games when I'm not in front of a monitor doing design. From Grand Theft Auto 5, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, Dying Light and even some new "Early Release" games like ARK: Survival Evolved — I tend stay up-to-date with the newest games to keep my imagination and creativity churning.
I don't expect many people — aside from designers — to understand the constant need to update their personal website. But if that website happens to be the gateway to your lively-hood, income, contacts and social-media platform... it's an exponentially bigger ordeal.