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Further to my suggestion/request: Do you clip counters? Do you laminate maps? If not, do you pin unmounted maps to a bulletin board or employ other means to keep them flat? What about the use of magnetic tape to affix counters to the map, behind which is a plate of ferrous metal? If you do make bigger/laminated maps, how do you store them? Does anyone have a helpful filing system for games other than loading the collection onto BGG? I've looked at various databases for collectible items but nothing seemed that good, especially if web access is necessary.
The way you use music in your podcast reminds of an old style FM radio production from the 70's or 80's. I like it. I would suggest working "Talk to you Later" (The Tubes) into one of your broadcasts.
Several times on the podcast, Hr. Dockter, you've mentioned "pimping out" your games; e.g., by having Kinko's print an oversized map. I don't recall that I've seen information of this sort collected in a single source. So I'd be interested in a "how to" segment addressing various pimp-out options and how to achieve them. I'm not talking a long diversion into the minutiae of arts and crafts--just some ideas, means, and lessons learned.
Cheers Herr Dr
Just finished listening to the latest podcasts. Well done! Enjoyed the interviews and the music. I can't make it to WBC this year, maybe next year.
Updated the Guns website and published episode XV on Friday.
I do got to cut down on the music...next episode. :-)
Great show! Learning that Shenandoah is near me in Philly and having open playtesting was the best.
Published a new episode a few days; have another one in the pipe for later in the month. Thanks for the interest.
Cheers, Enjoy the interviews; keep the podcasts coming.
Congrats on 20,000 downloads.
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