The good old days. My university had a gaming newsletter for a while that I would contribute ASCII art and cartoons to. It was a way back when there was a whole 2 high speed dot matrix printers in the computer lab.I've still got a box somewhere with hundreds of pages of green and white printer paper with gaming stuff somewhere... I think... I'm going to have to go look in gamehalla.
I tend to accrue PDF/other electronic materials rather than hardcopies and use a Kindle to read them: the wall of plain text is superior for a small e-reader.
I remember those days, too... some of my favorite times were on the barebones IRC chans back in the early 90s or with the ascii rogue-like games, etc
yep, IRC and later AOL chatrooms.even played in a AD&D game via AOL chat back then. Shit got too expensive, even though the GM was great
Reminds me a lot of the gaming walk-through text files. :)I'm still in a quandary about printing large docs. I think I need to go on a book binding course!All hail impoverished artists and print-on-demand book stores! ;)