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Player's Handbook: What is this book about?

Most game books have a section where it attempts to describe what an RPG is. I guess they do this in case someone who has never heard of gaming has somehow found their book. I

think this is silly because if someone is under a big enough rock to

not know what gaming is they're unlikely to ever find your book.

Well, I’m really expecting you not to know immediately what on

earth I’m going on about. I’m not even sure I know where I’m



Posted on March 21, 2010 at 7:11pm — 1 Comment

What is: Player's Handbook?

For a while, I've been rough-drafting a Zine. It's called "Player's Handbook," and it's a guide to having adventures in the real world the same way you do in games. The organization is a play on that of the typical tabletop RPG book. I've decided to finish up the drafts and post them, a chapter at a time, on my Evoke Blog. So look for the Tag "Player's Handbook" over the next couple months.

Posted on March 21, 2010 at 7:08pm — 1 Comment

Steampunk Future.

Among the many labels I stick decoratively to my personality, I like to call myself a steampunk. You probably think that means I wear goggles on a tophat (true) and have an etched brass case for my iphone (false). Or maybe you've never heard the term, but I doubt that. In any case, I'm going to let Bruce sterling describe what I mean by steampunk because he's so much better at it than I am.

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Posted on March 21, 2010 at 6:30am — 1 Comment

You spin me right round: Rotational energy as an alternative to electricity.

I sometimes feel that everyone is a little bit like Harry Ziedler in Moulin Rouge: A bit too excited by electricity. It's not really hard to see why, Electricity makes modern society possible. I'm sitting up in the middle of the night at a desk lit by an electric lamp, heated by an electric space heater, writing on an electric computer. But there's a world of other energy types out there, and I some days we only seem to think of them as things we can turn into electricity.…


Posted on March 21, 2010 at 5:52am — 2 Comments

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At 10:15pm on March 19, 2010, James Hester said…
Pleased to meet you, Andrew. Yeah, Vinay is good people.
At 7:32pm on March 19, 2010, Thomas Maillioux said…
Hey, I *do* remember your name from there :D What's up, Andrew ?

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