You know that after posting a list of something that you will find a whole lot more of it right afterwards. This usually happens because other people point out all the stuff you missed the first time, such as this post by Coldfoot.
First off, goodbye to all GameWire links, as well as the old Dice Tower link. These have been replaced with the link to Rick Thornquist's new game site: Board Game News. It is already one of the best sites for games on the Internet, and will stay that way as long as Rick and company can continue to make it happen. It also includes all of the Dice Towers, as well as the continuation of my favorite humor series on board games, Misadventures in Boardgames by Dan Bosley.
I also added the following sites:
Board Game Madness - Todd D, another Texas blog from Houston.
Game Guts - Inside Hobby Gaming - Adam Conus, Washington (the state, not the district). Formerly of Wizards of the Coast, now "Organized Play Manager" for Hidden City Games.
The Game Shelf - Doctor J in Canada. He started the blog, but hasn't posted anything since mid-November. Also, being a Microsoft site, you have to be a Passport
GamerDad Unplugged - Dr. Matt J. Carlson, California. The board game podcast companion to a computer game site. I haven't listened to this, yet.
RPGnet Reviews - Various reviews of gaming products, mainly RPGs, of course. Tom Vasel, Shannon Appelcline, and others.
San Antonio Board Gamers - Another multi-blogger blog.
Steve's HFoG Blog - Steve Blanding, Washington (state). Blog is hosted on Bloglines, which doesn't seem to allow comments.
Uh-Oh! You're going to get me trouble! =-) I help with the Clout expansion design, but the actual game designers are Jesper Myfors and Paul Peterson. My main title is Organized Play Manager. Still a plum gig, and I count my blessings every day.
Adam: I changed the entry. Thanks for correcting me. Feel free to link back to me :-) .
All righty then. Link added!
Dear Mr. Berlinger,
By surfing on internet I happend to finding you rname.
I'am doing some research on the Bermann/Marx family tree, and came across the name Berlinger.
Your Great-grandfather Nafthali Berlinger was married to Hanna Marx.
But now I'am researching your grandfathers sister, Bertha Berlinger. Bertha married Herman Mayer, Herman Mayer was Rabbi in Hilversum (The Netherlands) their last child Miriam was born in Rotterdam. Would you be interested in copy's of documents I may find in Holland? Or exchange some information.
Bert de Jong
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