Feasting at Lanterngeist: out now for Savage Worlds
But for now, I’m going to talk about the disaster that is my desk. It’s bad. Atrocious.
So, several of my online colleagues have been frustrated today by a body of emails that went out resulting in their Youtube accounts being demonetized due to a lack of watched hours. Not too long ago, Medium was talking about similar problems and discussing moving more of their content behind a paywall. If you know …
Towards the end of last year, my computer died started randomly dying. It would suddenly turn off entirely, losing whatever I had been working on. I could no longer rely on it to get things done.
Okay, this is likely to be a contentious one, but here we go. There have been the concerns over sensitivity readers and “censorship” and everything making the rounds again. Naturally, this has led to people decrying a “leftist conspiracy” or arguing that something equally untoward is happening. With terms reminiscent of the puppies campaigns, we’re …
Into this maelstrom of what was already a bizarre night, a woman who may have been leaving her husband in the most public way ever entered.
Take, for example, the concept of metagaming. Most groups have a way to deal with the dichotomy between what the player knows and what the character knows.
Several people have complained about the episode in Chicago where Jane/11/Elle left to go meet her “sister” and learn more about her own powers…
Plague in Paris very briefly was a bestselling book in Canada
I was able to spend more time with some awesome people, to hear amazing stories about people’s run-ins with famous people before they were famous, to see board games that are pretty likely to become giant successes, and met some of the most passionate people out there.