I'm sharing this with the audience beyond Facebook. Editor extraordinaire Jim Lowder posted a note on his page that two books I have contributed to: Family Games: The 100 Best and Hobby Games: The 100 Best are both going to be used as textbooks at DigiPen a local college which teaches video game design (and among whose alumni include a number of fellow ArenaNet employees).
I am delighted by my increased standing in academia, and realize that I am one step closer to becoming the "Official Gaming Pundit" on the Daily Show.
I've also been reminded the Steven Schend that today is Jeff Grubb Day. So be sure to load up on all the necessities for your Jeff Grubb Day celebrations. Oh, and the Roger Moore story mentioned is here.
TSR R&D staff, Spring 1997 - So, a little more of TSR history, this time a list of all the designers and editors and the product groups they were in at a specific point in history. The...
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