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Vermlings, Shoggoths, and Roseate Spoonbills, oh my!

It's officially been a year since my last post on this site. Once again, grad school takes the lion's share of the blame. Only one more year until I graduate, though!


In the meantime, my annual year in review geeklist is now live on BoardGameGeek, so you can check that out now!


Once again, I'll be heading to the World Boardgame Championships in July. You can follow me on Mastodon for updates on how that's going: @ChrisKizer@kind.social.


If you're not familair with Mastodon, it's basically Twitter except completely decentralized. Instead of one company owning the server and selling ads to generate revenue, individuals can decide to set up their own server with its own policies and rules. These servers are all linked together, so you can follow any user, even if they're on a different server. Who pays for the servers? The individual admins pay the up-front cost, and users make voluntary donations to their admins to help cover operating costs.


Does it sound too good to be true? Yeah, probably, but at the moment it's a much more pleasant place than Twitter. Getting set up is easy and free, so if you wish Twitter was less awful, why not give it a shot?

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