Voting for the ENnie Awards closes today. One Geek To Another has been nominated for Best Blog, but–as in any competition–there can be only one ultimate winner. While I’d appreciate your vote, it seemed an appropriate time to tackle a difficult topic: being a good loser. The adage says, it’s not whether you win or […]
I’d like to take a moment to thank Ideology of Madness for hosting One Geek To Another on their awesome site for almost a year now! We were just nominated for Best Blog in the ENnie Awards and are very grateful to IoM for giving us a forum to help share One Geek with their […]
Last week, I received an email from TJ, someone who listens to the podcast I co-host (Pulp Gamer – Out of Character). TJ enjoyed the show, but specifically liked the fact that I was one of the first podcasters he’d met who “admitted” to being a LARPer (Live Action Role Player, as opposed to solely […]
How do you handle a player who brings out the worst in you? One Geek offers some advice.
This week, One Geek tackles how to deal with situations that you can no longer deal with.
Dear One Geek, Whether tabletop or LARP, certain folks I game with seem to have more fun bragging about how cool their characters are than actually gaming. They’ll drop out of character for extended lengths of time to go on and on about how awesome their stats are, what a great loophole they’ve found in […]
This week’s topic comes through a rather circuitous route, so bear with me… It starts a month ago, when I spent the first two weeks of December on a writing retreat. The idea was simple. Seclude myself away in an area I find environmentally stimulating (for me, this is means winter storms, grey skies, trees […]
Many thanks to Gloria Weber for last week’s wonderful guest blog! And without further ado, we present the last One Geek to Another for 2009! Looking forward to answering more questions for you all in 2010! Best Wishes and Happy New Year! ~jess Dear One Geek, When is it appropriate to have your minor children […]
Guest Blogger, Gloria Weber, offers her advice and experience on the topic of Getting Your Short Story Published.
Does the internet make people ruder than they would be face to face? Curious about Common Courtesy thinks so, and asks One Geek about how to deal with rude online gamers in this week’s One Geek to Another.