If Wizards of the Coast get their way scrapping the Open Game license, it will be a disaster for creatives in the roleplaying industry – but it will also hurt them.
The main reason I’ve allowed this blog to fall into misuse over the past couple of years is that I stopped writing about politics. While my original concept behind this blog was always to write in the intersection between politics and geekery, at some point – specifically in May 2010 – I decided I could… Continue reading What’s left of what I believe
Each week, the Guardian provides a religious person a written version of Radio 4’s Thought for the Day in the form of its column Face to faith. This week it is the turn of a chap called Nicholas Buxton, who has written on the familiar subject of ‘secularists just follow a different kind of religion.’… Continue reading Another thing to blame on secularism