Monthly Archives: November 2011

Weird D&D

I read Robert E. Howard’s Devil in Iron today. It reminded me of what’s interesting about the Weird approach to fantasy. The world feels tremendously rich, old, and bizarre. The logic feels tantalizingly just out of reach and completely unfathomable. … Continue reading

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Calibre Goodreads Plugins

The latest entry of Calibre trips and tricks, plugins continued … highlights some useful Goodreads plugins. I like using Goodreads to track the books I read, but I love using Calibre for eboooks. About the only complaint I have is … Continue reading

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Dealing With Occupy Movement

I’m surprised by how many people want to go after the Occupy movement with force. Why not use the St. Louis approach? It seems to me that it would be far more effective, especially here in Canada: Gods Help Us, … Continue reading

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Free RPGs

The Best Things In Life Are Free – Gnome Stew, the Game Mastering Blog has some good suggestions for free RPGs.It looks as though you can find free versions of most RPG systems (except for 4e).  What’s missing in a … Continue reading

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