After skipping a week due to the holidays, I'm back with a new #FindFamiliar about something fun and exciting coming up for me!
However, @kensanata has, yet again, saved the day by making a lovely bookmark that finds the RSS feeds for pages!
Here is a little holiday present from Alex, passed on by me. Thank you, good Sir!!
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#5 is Rest, more of an interlude 2 player dream game than a standalone, but also something I've wanted to play for a while. I finished up all of my long campaigns over the past 2-3 months so maybe this will get me to start another.
Turn RPG update: surveys, a pre-order store & add-ons, plus news on payments, plans, and artists!
Preorder store link: https://turn.backerkit.com/hosted_preorders
#ImageDescription for lastboost: Toot from @firstname.lastname@example.org saying:
"Software engineering pro-tip:
Do not, I repeat, do not deploy this week. That is how you end up debugging a critical issue from your parent's wifi in your old bedroom while your spouse hates you for abandoning them with your racist uncle."
Overview of the basics of the Soft Horizon resolution system.
Jury duty was NOT fun.
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if you're still looking for a gift for someone, consider Rewordable http://rewordable.com/shop/ a word game I helped design. it is fun and was among the winners of a Parents Choice Gold Award this year, so it has those bona fides that many potential gift recipients crave, probably. you can buy it at the bad online store or if you're in the US, there's a good chance that it's available at a local retailer. thanks!
https://somethingaboutmaps.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/typewriter-cartography/ makes me think of @kensanata 's textmapper
(PS I found my copy of Dictionary of Mu, but it won't arrive before Christmas ...)
Wikipedia's timeline of future events is full of mind-boggling bits. I especially like this footnote:
"Although listed in years for convenience, the numbers beyond this point are so vast that their digits would remain unchanged regardless of which conventional units they were listed in, be they nanoseconds or star lifespans."
Some old musings re: Traveller at my table. Recovered from dead wiki backups by request.