Tag: golden oldie

I did mention something about highlighting old-and-neat blog posts, right? And then I stopped doing it. I blame video games. Delicious, winter-release video games. If you’ve ever played a roleplaying game of any kind — Dungeons and Dragons, Vampire: The Masquerade, Baldur’s Gate on the PC… you need to now play Dragon Age: Origins. Don’t ask questions on this one — it’s good. It’s probably the best (and last) single-player RPG of its kind, and it’s been a long time…

(I know, this is almost as dramatic as the announcement that Barack Obama has just won the Nobel peace prize for being a black American president with a dream…) I wonder if the trophy looked something like this: … Anyway… This week’s golden oldie IS… Thoughts from a happy childhood Reading back always makes me cringe a little. Actually… it makes me cringe a lot. My grasp of the written word has altered so much within such a short period…

As I mentioned earlier, I’ve decided to highlight a ‘golden oldie’ blog entry that you might not have seen before! I know this blog is hardly ‘old’, but looking at the stats, about two thirds of you will have never seen it! (It’s only 25 days into September and the blog has just broken 100,000 page views for the month — when this blog post first appeared, in March 2009, there were 40,000 page views a month.) Today, the story…