PAX this weekend. You can bet that many of the examples I cite will be from Sword of the Gods and it's sequel, Spinner of Lies.
2PM Saturday (9/1): Making Magic Work: Designing Magic Systems for Games and Books moderated by pro editor and Amazon columnist Susan J. Morris, with special guest New York Times Bestselling author and game designer Rich Baker, award-winning game designer and author Bruce R. Cordell, and award-winning author Erin M. Evans.
8PM Saturday (9/1): How to Craft a Damn Good Fight Scene for Games and Books moderated by pro editor and Amazon columnist Susan J. Morris, with special guest award-winning game designer and author Bruce R. Cordell, award-winning author Erin M. Evans, and author and game designer Erik Scott de Bie.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Military action requires power and energy. This traditionally means transporting the necessary power over long distance to where the action lies. In the USA's last two elective wars, this "expensive and dangerous transport of gasoline and batteries took place in areas where the sun is beaming down unfathomable quantities of free energy. That fact has not been lost on the Pentagon."
Which means that like "the computer, the internet, the mobile phone and GPS" which all had a leg-up by the Pentagon, the military's latest fascination with "small" solar could mean, ironically, a boon for everyone down the road.
(oh, and btw--sign me up for an Electree!)
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Here you go!
And, while you're listening, play with this too: Eyes on the Solar System! It's is a great way to see Mars. Check it out:
And of course, there's this minute-long explanation of the whole kit-n-kaboodle!