Wednesday, July 11, 2018

The Tavern Chat Podcast - Episode #56 - Gaming Memories & ENnies Voting is Live

Yep, ENnies voting is live. Just a note on the ENnies voting from the ENnies site itself:
In the end, we at the ENnies subscribe to the democratic principle of "one person, one vote." We ask that you not vote more than once (this includes voting on different devices (computers, smartphones, etc.)) and that you not ask others to do the same in order to "stuff the ballot box." As such, you will not be able to change your vote once you've submitted your selection.
So, don't stuff the ballot box and here's how to do it if you were going to ;)

Another bit of info:
If you don't like a product, don't vote for it. You cannot hurt a product's chances of winning by ranking it poorly. To the contrary, you'll help it out if the race goes down to the wire. This system is called an Instant Runoff Election.
I'm not telling anyone what to do, I'm just pointing out how not to do it...

Episode #56 Synopsis:
We all have gaming moments that are burned into our memories. I recount some of my earlier memories. Also, ENnies voting is now live!
Link to Episode #56https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/episodes/Episode-56---Gaming-Memories--ENnies-Voting-is-Live-e1pies

Ennies Voting Linkhttp://ennie-awards.com/vote/2017/

1 comment:

  1. Early gaming memories...

    I came into gaming during AD&D 2e. As a kid in a town of 800 people in rural Iowa, not a ton of gaming, but my dear mother suffered through HOURS of Hero Quest (the board game, not the RPG) with me as a kid. From here, I found a couple friends who were interested and each of the three of us bought a core book, so no matter who was gaming, the three of us were required until more books were bought from the book store, 40 miles away.

    But the part of my early game I remember is my mom sitting a friend of mine's mom down with the books to show her the game isn't evil. Yeah, there's all this crazy stuff in the news about devil worship, but she showed her that the scariest thing in those books was the math and vocabulary. She educated her on the team work, cooperation, and other positive aspects of the game.

    My most memorable early gaming memory? My awesome mom.


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