Fall is here in the Great Metropolitan Republic of Edmonton, and it has brought us all the grey skies and rain. So I feel it incumbent upon me to provide you with a particularly entertaining and distracting series of links this week. I think I have done so, but only you, my tens of readers, can act as final arbiter to my success. Without further delay, enter my link parlour:
– Have you heard Adam WarRock rap about Firefly yet? Here, let me help you…
– It may come as no surprise that I am a huge Terry Pratchett fan, and would step over your Gran to live in Discworld. Okay, maybe that second part would. In any case, I am going to be all over this Discworld boardgame; to my circle of gaming friends, expect to play it A LOT!
– While Gary Gygax gets a lot of well-deserved kudos for D&D, it is important to remember Dave Arneson’s contribution, as Geekdad correctly reminds us.
– This one is for the Portal fans out there…so pretty much all of you, in one way or another. I give you Aperture: A Triumph of Science. Cake will be served afterwards in the lobby.
– Want to see something charming and geeky? Look no further…
– If you are like me, ten seconds after getting on Twitter you were looking for a way to play an RPG with it. Lucky for both of us, there is Tweet RPG!
– My love for Geek TV is well documented by both myself and my therapist. Here is my latest web series crush: Standard Action.
– Okay, don’t tell Standard Action because it’d be devastated, but I’m also crushing on Metagame. Hey, the geek wants what the geek wants!
– Want to learn how to make snazzy digital maps for your RPG? A Walk in the Dark will help you do just that!
– It seems contract disputes could put and end to The Simpsons and Dexter. Well, they’ve had a good life…
– If you thought forum or comment trolls were bad, may I present to you an example of a patent troll.
– Felicia Day would like you to watch the trailer for Dragon Age: Redemption. Given how bad-ass she looks in it, I would comply.
– I’m hoping he will reconsider, but I can certainly understand: Leonard Nimoy has bid farewell to the convention circuit. Live Long and Prosper.
– And finally, I will leave you with a little tech perspective: computer memory then and now. For the record, 1980 is when I started playing D&D. I was ten. Yes, I am old.
And that is all the linkage for this week’s humpday. As always, if you have any links to share just place them in the comments below. One per comment, though, or else my spam filter will eat you. Cheery-pip!