meatpixel.com is the best new blog I’ve come across in a LOOOONG time. It’s written by a friend, but I can’t reveal which one (but I only have three or four, so it would probably be easy to figure out if you know me, which you don’t). He’s really on a roll, though. More people should be reading meatpixel.com. Go read it now.
ALL the t-shirt blogs you’ll ever want/need. It took me about 10 minutes of perusal to spend $100 (well, 100 virtual dollars, as I haven’t actually bought anything yet).
Leisureguy’s shaving posts from his blog. Lots of great stuff here. I’m about to take the DE plunge, I think. I hate shaving, so I do it only when I have to (meeting with a client, date, etc.) and rarely more than three times a week.
I SHOULD shave every day, though. Part of my “n steps to a new me” plan includes shaving every day. More on the plan as it unfolds.
Derek Powazek’s new blog about magazines. I love magazines, so I’m enjoying this. Unfortunately, it’s Powazek, who has a tendency to start strong then wander away when he gets bored (or that’s my perception anyway). So, catch it now while he’s still hot on it.
There are tons of good (and even more bad) websites dedicated to all facets of the roleplaying experience. I’ve been a regular reader (though rarely a participant) in the RPG.net forums, ENWorld, The Forge, and other rpg forums for a long time. But, it’s only recently that I’ve been reading and actively seeking out good rpg blogs. That’s weird, of course, because I’ve been reading blogs since before they were called “blogs.” I’ve had this blog since 2000 (though my archives only go back to 2001).
I’m finding a lot of great GMing advice in some blogs, and I read 4-5 on a regular basis (those that have RSS feeds, anyway), and I discover more good ones every day. So, without further rambling on my part, the list that follows consists the ones I find the most interesting, entertaining, and/or helpful. They’re not all strictly roleplaying blogs, but they all inform my roleplaying.