What's your take on the writers' strike?
To me, there's a lot of duplicitous double-speak on both sides of the fence, so I don't much care which side "wins" in the end or how soon it gets resolved. Go »
Browser Wars Reignited
It's 2004. 2004! And we're still dealing with issues of browser incompatibility. That was probably my biggest pet peeve when creating web sites back in 1996 and 1997, that some people liked Netscape and some people liked IE, and the elitist attitude among web developers then (and still now) is that you were a clueless dolt if you didn't design for all browsers. Go »
Willow on DVD
"Willow" is one of the few movies that I would define as a guilty pleasure for me: It's a pretty bad movie, but I can't help loving it. Go »
Pathfinder's Path Forward
I doubt that many people reading this are into tabletop RPGs, even though a whole section of this site is about one, but for anyone who is, here's something I've been wondering: Is Pathfinder doomed by the very thing that made it successful, its rigid refusal to change? Go »
In writing a comment to someone's weblog recently, I complimented him on being down-to-earth and not straining to make jokes all the time. Go »
As you can see, headers on the site have been reorganized in preparation for the "green game" (still a few weeks away at least). Go »
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