Archive | April 2013
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Tweet of the Day: The Duck Sanctuary at no. 17 ——- This trope is as old as…the Devil himself. The deal can be with a demon, godling, wizard, or Da’ Devil himself. A imple trade, your soul for whatever your heart desires, just sign on the dotted line, don’t mind the blood. This is a […]
Tweet of the Day: The Littlest PA: A Story of a Middle Child ——- Good news everybody! Ahem, I am now the newest contributor to Koobismo.com ( link to first article here ) a game fan sight made by fans and game designers alike. I sent a couple of game related re-prints to them […]
The Information Age. We are neck deep in it, but…are we getting any information? Data? Enough data points to create a set on which to base any decisions? We hear, read and see a lot of things, on social media, TV and the radio (for those still listening) but do we get anything out of […]
Tweet of the Day: The Care and Feeding of Chapter Breaks ——- ——- Thompson-Ramos Private Residence, Sagan Bay, Bekenstein, Boltzmann, Serpent Nebula, April 23, 2196 The hammock swayed on the gentle night breeze that blew from Sagan’s Bay. It was a rare break from work; planning attack/defense scenarios, intelligence gathering, resource allocation. I put down […]
Tweet of the Day: Strings of Retaliation – 18b – Bullet ——- The Defector from Decadence is a character who abandons the dark side not because he has suddenly turned good but because the values of his former compatriots don’t match his own. A writer can use this trope to add both narrative and character […]
Tweet of the Day: Sword & Laser Podcast – #125 – On the Wagon ——- …a movie, …a book, …a game. It’s just a …thing and that’s all there is, or so the speaker would like you to think. But why? Why must we forgo an analysis of a give piece of art? The first […]