* If the total link content is less than 40%, can I still call them links?
First a bit of administrivia: Though I have previously refused any sort of ads or commercial links, I recently received and accepted a polite offer to link to an online Games Software Development degree program from Westwood college (that's it over in the sidebar). This makes my ORIGINS trip this year a bit more affordable, especially when tuition costs are up.
Now back to our the grind ...
Spiked Math brings us a Magic the Gathering card for the Banach-Tarski paradox.
[IO9] Giant Teen Robot Angst ... no ... Teen Robot Giant Angst? ... still no ... Giant Robot Teen Angst. That's it! (Evangelon)
[more IO9] Chevy Chase to play D&D. Hilarity ensues.
A Gentleman's Duel (Bugs Bunny homage at 5:00)
[Found on SFSFW (Society of Fantasy and Science Fiction Wargamers)]
[22 Words, via John Cook's shared items] Racist Robot Joke
|Found on Web 2.0 RC1|
[Pat's Blog] Q: Which type of polyhedral die most closely resembles sphere? Think about it carefully, then go see it you were right.
[Cinerati] This looks like fun: Adventure Gamebooks as RPGs Part 1 -- Fighting Fantasy's Warlock of Firetop Mountain
|Image: Geeks are Sexy|
Hint: It's not the D20.
[IO9] 55 Science Fiction/Fantasy Movies to Watch Out for in 2011, but I probably won't see most of them.
|Image: Ottawa Gamer|
All ground up. Keep rolling those dice!