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5ive on Friday: Things I Did This Week

Every Friday, a list of five things: 5ive on Friday. Quickly bashed out, designed to start not finish conversations. Things I Did This Week It’s been a busy week! Moved into my new office space: This has been a weeklong process, a few things each day, culminating with my new monitor arriving on Friday, so […]

5ive on Friday: Kickstarter Warning Signs

Every Friday, a list of five things: 5ive on Friday. Quickly bashed out, designed to start not finish conversations. 95% of these will be inspired by the week’s social media conversations. Kickstarter Warning Signs None of these warning signs may be a dealbreaker by themselves, but if a project ticks off more than a couple, […]

Richard Jury: 1945-2016

Our dearly loved husband and beloved father, Richard Frederick Jury, died in Taber on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at the age of 71 years. At Richard’s request, there will be no public service. Besides Helen, his loving wife of fifty one years, he is survived by their children Lesley Whalen (Rob) of Innisfail, Pauline Meisinger […]

Recent & Future Releases

I’ve been buried under a log jam of production work for the past several months, and my lumberjack class skill of +4 (+2 when I wear that sweet lumberjacky shirt) has finally worked parts of the jam loose! First off is The Devotees, a new adventure for Eclipse Phase. It’s available in both print and […]

Speaking at PePcon in Chicago: June 15-18

I’m going to speaking at PePcon in Chicago this summer. This is the fifth Print + ePublishing Conference, hosted by the fine people that run InDesignSecrets and CreativePro. I’ve attended three of the four previous PePcons, and it’s always a smoothly-run show with great speakers and a collaborative, sharing atmosphere. It attracts a pretty wide […]

Game Designer’s Workshop: Posthuman Studios Interview

At Gen Con 2013, the owners of Posthuman Studios (Rob Boyle, Brian Cross, Jack Graham, and myself) sat down with the folks at Roleplaying Public Radio to record this episode of Game Designer’s Workshop. We were a little tipsy when this interview started (it was, after all, after business hours at Gen Con …), and […]

Smart Folders to fix Dropbox Limitation

I’ve complained several times since Dropbox updated their client that the new UI is lacking in one significant respect: the number of recent files shown is only 3, and that is not configurable in any way: For someone who uses Dropbox for actual work, this is laughable—if we’re away from our computer for a few […]