The Bonds of Bits and Bytes…

2008 July 24
by Dante

There’s been a lot going on in the blogosphere recently, so I thought it best to open up this Friday posting with some recognition of severe awesomeness!

First up, our good buddy Phil over at Musings of the Chatty DM had his one year anniversary AND his 400th post all at once! The well-planning so-and-so intended the two to coincide, further cementing his m4d DM-foo! I didn’t want to call you out on your own post, bud, but you’re a few weeks *ahead* of us. And a few posts too, but we’re not as chatty collectively as you are alone!!

Next, it strikes me that I never properly congratulated Yax over at DungeonMastering on his ENnie nomination! We’re all pulling for ya, buddy!

Last, but certainly not least, our good friends over at Gnome Stew reached their 100 post milestone on July 9th, a scant 11 weeks after going live! For those of you bad at math or new to blogging, that’s an astonishing amount of content in a short amount of time. With this milestone, the gnomes receive an extra action point apiece, and a giant caraffe of decaffinated coffee.

This year, all of us at StupidRanger count ourselves lucky to get to meet these guys in person (and others!) and get to do some excellent roleplaying! Some of it may or may not involve whiskey and tomfoolery, so its bound to generate some interesting stuff!

So join me this fine Friday in congratulating our buddies! Head over to their sites and see some of the groovy stuff they’re laying down, you won’t be sorry!!

3 Responses leave one →
  1. Martin Ralya permalink
    July 25, 2008

    Thanks, Dante! It’s been fun to watch Stupid Ranger grow, and I’m bummed that I won’t get to see you guys again at GenCon this year.

    Gnome Stew actually posted our first 100 articles in just under 8 weeks, not 11 (we launched 5/12), but what’s a couple weeks between friends? 😛

  2. Dante permalink
    July 25, 2008

    Sorry for the mistake, Martin! Fun fact about me: I lose the ability to count shortly after midnight each night. It could be lack of sleep, increase of whiskey, or some strange combinations of Vanir’s thoughtwaves crashing over me like a gelatenous cube gone mad.

    Seeing as how we’ve only recently crested the 300 mark after nearly a year, you guys are churning out content at an amazing (and awesome) rate.

    I’m bummed we won’t get to hang out much this year either. Some conflicting events forced us to miss your after GM-Fu get together last year, and I’ve been kicking myself ever since. Maybe next time, eh? 🙂

  3. Martin Ralya permalink
    July 26, 2008

    This is the first GenCon I’ve missed since 2000 — I don’t intend to miss another one. We’ll definitely have to see if we can catch up again next year. 🙂

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