Alex Schroeder @ 2019-06-05 19:04:59
Reminder: if you have bloggers to recommend that aren’t on https://campaignwiki.org/rpg/ then please tell them to contact me, or link them in the comments so I can contact them (I would usually just try and leave a comment on their very first blog post of that makes sense and they didn’t make an email address available anywhere.) More specific categories are available, if you want them: https://campaignwiki.org/osr https://campaignwiki.org/indie Strangely enough I feel that this is how I can keep up best with the blogs without feeling guilty about missing posts every now and then. The older posts simply fall off the bottom of the page and that’s it. Works for me! 😅 Self promotion is OK. Please do recommend your own blog if it isn’t already listed.
Robert Freeman-Day @ 2019-06-05 21:47:54
Yeah, this is about the best resource out there! Keeping the blogosphere alive!!
Alistair Langsford @ 2019-06-06 14:55:33
Agree. More and more I’m finding that checking the blogs is the best way of keeping in touch with the things I want to keep in touch with. I’m getting a bit sick of all the introspection about the OSR, and SWORDDREAM, and the just general internet bad behaviour. So checking out the blogs is fine: if someone happens to have a bad day(IMO, of course) and post rubbish, easy to skip and come back when they’re having a better (IMO) day. And if the comments go feral, they can be ignored. Sometimes I go back and the posts are fine again - which means I was the one having a rubbish day, rather than them. Think I’m becoming a grumpy old man.
Robert Freeman-Day @ 2019-06-11 16:21:49
I don't think you are being grumpy at all. I think this is just the way the web was DESIGNED! It was profit thinking that drove the web to walled gardens for monetization.
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