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I use this platform to share things that are of interest to me or things I'll want to reference later. Occasionally other people like these posts, hence "Shared Interests".
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Tag Archives: boardgamegeek
I finally visited the BoardGameGeek site after a prolonged absence and got to fiddling with the widget generator. Here’s what I came up with: Thumbnails of the 5 games I’ve most recently played (and remembered to log on BGG!) I … Continue reading
I started up a [Facebook profile](http://csus.facebook.com/profile.php?id=588993384) a few days ago, after [Joseph] linked to the [Facebook platform wiki](http://joseph.randomnetworks.com/archives/2007/06/12/links-for-sat-2-dec-2000-through-tue-12-jun-2007/). Looks like a less juvenile version of myspace. Let’s hope it stays that way. And please, God, don’t allow people to start … Continue reading
We had a great turnout for our “1st Tuesday” game night in December! Continue reading
Matthew Gray has done some great work on the BoardGameGeek as well as his own site! Continue reading
Last month I stopped by Viking Hobby and bought myself a new boardgame, Tigris & Euphrates. I would have preferred to give the game a trial play at one of the Sacramento Boardgame Meetups, but I hadn’t seen anybody bring … Continue reading
I stopped by Viking Hobby today and got to chatting with Mark about the top-rated games on the ‘Geek. Until today, I only knew how to find the rank of a particular game, and there’s no Internet access in the … Continue reading
A few days ago I was browsing the ‘Geek when I found another cool feature: session reports by gaming group. There’s not much to this–it merely allows one to search the session report database by gaming group, but this simple … Continue reading
Last week I picked up a new game, Candamir: The First Settlers. I’ve played it a few times so far, and it’s pretty good. I thought I would share some analysis I’ve done on the tiles and movement cards.