Community Pimp: 1st Week of January

Here’s another installment of Community Pimp. I missed getting up the last week of December version. There was some holiday thing that week or something. So, here’s the stuff I found of genuine interest this week.

House of Paincakes: User Content Friday – The Internet’s Impact on Gaming – Dethtron ruminates about life before and since the internet and how it has effected the gaming front, for better or worse.

One Inch Warriors: Ultramarine Movie Review – Let’s be honest, there’s no shortage of reviews for the Ultramarine’s moves. This review, however, isn’t intended to simply sing the praises of the 40K franchise.

Warhammer 39,999: How to Increase Traffic to Your Blog (Part 1: Content) – Murphy’s law, you begin a series on a topic and someone else has one going at the same time! Rob, however, is approaching the same topic differently than I am and this article is great and well worth reading for any blogger out there.

House of Paincakes: Gaming on a Budget: Blister Packs, Part 1 – Yep, it’s Dethtron again. He began this series, this is the kickoff article, about how to get the most bang for your buck in this hobby we love. If this first article is any indication of what’s to come then I can’t wait for more.

GDMNW: Pew! Pew! – I just rediscovered this blog. I know I stumbled on it a while ago but I had long since forgotten about it. I don’t even recall how I came upon it again but I’m glad I did. There are some great introspective articles to be found here and this particular article should sound familiar to any table top gamer.

Wargaming Tradecraft: Painting from the Heart – Dave continues his discussion on painting and how to approach it. He’s had some great feedback on these articles so far.

  • Thanks for posting this sort of thing. It’s always nice to get a perspective on what other bloggers are interested in–especially when their tastes are so similar. And, of course, thanks for the link.

  • Anonymous

    hey, thanks for the nods on this. glad to see those two pieces were well received.

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