Monthly Archives: August 2014

5 video game innovations I approve of

I’m not a huge gamer, but I’ve dipped in and out of video games since childhood. Clearly, games have advanced enormously since the days of pong (which was a little before my time), but most of these advances have been … Continue reading

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How connected is too connected?

My wife regularly uses the phrase, “You’re such a geek!” when I buy some new toy or enthuse about a comic or something. She maintains that she didn’t know how geeky I was when she married me, but this seems … Continue reading

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10 life hacks you might actually use…

Anyone who goes on social media sites (or even the internet generally) will have come across articles entitled things like “13 food hacks every chef should know” or “25 awesome uses for empty packaging”. Often these are filled with cool … Continue reading

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Nathanael’s First Law

[To my players: This post talks about some of my thought processes behind adapting adventures to our current campaign. There are no specific spoilers, but if you don’t want to peek behind the curtain, as it were, then stop reading … Continue reading

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