This isn’t a histrionic or self-elegaic snit, I just don’t post much anymore and when I have lately, it’s been rehashes of shit I wrote several years ago. I still write stuff but I rarely put it here. I’ve avoided eye contact with “the OSR” for years. I don’t want to sell anyone anything and I’m baffled by the idea of fronting unreliable flakes a bunch of money to produce something I wouldn’t print out for free. I’m told I hate commerce itself.
I don’t know or care if the “blog scene” is dead, but not many people comment here, and not many people comment on the blogs I still read. The only blog I read that still has an active “community” is a troll blog.
The Action has apparently moved to G+. I think I have a total of three dozen people in my Circles on G+. Most people on G+ are the same prissy douchebags who populate the big forums and they’re just there to pearl-clutch over picayune horseshit. I don’t feel like vetting the people I don’t already know, and I don’t really participate there other than to run a play-by-post.
I don’t do a lot that’s very interesting, gaming-wise. I’m currently working on the same dumb spitwad campaign I’ve been working on for years under different names. I still write things down for Dwarf-Land but as always, who the hell knows when I’ll be done with that.
Anyway, there’s not really a reason for me to put things on a blog anymore. (For the obtuse, please note that this does NOT mean that I think no one else should put things on a blog anymore.) I just don’t want to and I haven’t for quite a while. When I do feel the urge to send out content, I’ll probably just type it up and mail it to whoever wants it. No idea how I’ll get the word out, but these things have a habit of getting around to the people interested in reading it.
As is my custom, I’ll probably archive what’s already on here and then Delete Fucking Everything at some point in the near future. I’ll still be minimally active on G+, but the easiest way to reach me (in the unlikely event that there’s a need to) is by the usual e-mail address.
So yeah, it’s been fetch.