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Published on April 15th, 2014 | by Muse Shake


New Segment: Ms Monday! Featuring Rae Johnston

You may have noticed that we’re once again shaking things up around here with out vlogs.  Our aim is to produce regular content that is relevant and interesting, and as much as we’re still more than happy to discuss relevant topics, to keep the content flowing we’re opting for daily themes.  Last week Ari introduced us to What we did Wednesday which is designed to recap what we’ve been doing over the past couple of weeks, be it games we’ve played, cons we’ve attended, or really anything that we’ve been up to in the word of geek.  This week I finally got on board by kicking us off with our Monday segment, Ms Monday.

Ms Monday is an idea we’ve come up with to showcase the greatest and most inspirational geeky ladies we can find, in the hopes of getting a more positive image out there, as well as maybe answering some questions people might have about what these girls do.  Where we can we’d love to conduct interviews with our ‘Ms Mondays’ but as we know their time is precious sometimes this might just be talking about them, and highlighting the good that they do.

First up I was lucky enough to catch up with my friend and all around swell lady Rae Johnston.  Rae is a actress, writer, model and presenter who featured in the TV show Save Point where among other things she reviewed video games.  She was also editor of TechLife Magazine, as well as a regular con goer and geek down to her bones.  Check out my interview to learn more about Rae and her awesomeness, and also hit up her facebook page and give her a like, I promise you won’t be disappointed.

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Muse Shake

Gamer, geek, artist & all round swell lady. Video games first sparked a passion with me when my parents decided I wasn't allowed them, forbidden fruit always being the sweetest I've not looked back since my first experiences even though they had to be snuck in at friend's houses. When I'm not working or playing games I'm usually drawing, or writing about games, while secretly resenting that when I turned ten no one gave me a Charmander to roam the land with.

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