I’m considering using the new Tabletop Forge 2.0 beta which is in the works to run some Savage Worlds games. There are a couple of Savage Worlds mechanics which aren’t currently supported by the tool (they are, by contrast, supported in Fantasy Grounds). Not to worry though — here are two workarounds which will give […]
Stan’s Reading List
Automatically Post Blog Entries to Facebook and TwitterJanuary 23rd, 2010
DIY Pathfinder Beginner Box Style PawnsNovember 12th, 2011
A/B and Multivariate TestingJuly 19th, 2006
Stan is passionate about productivity. In business, the right techniques to keep you productive can tilt the playing field and give you a crucial advantage. Read Stan's productivity articles to keep on top of best practices to optimize your life!
Stan writes and is an activist to reform the way hierarchical and institutional organizations respond to sexual misconduct by those in a position of trust. Read Stan's essays which show how accountability, transparency, and integrity are key to holding our trusted institutions responsible to do the morally right thing.
Stan has played roleplaying games since 1978, and now writes and publishes hobby games for fun. He enjoys gamemastering, game design, and creating new RPG ‘hacks’ and do-it-yourself tips to share with the gaming community. Here is his GM’ing style (at least, when running Savage Worlds, his system de jour) as defined by GM Merit Badges.
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All business struggle to get their high-pressure development schedules under control. In ‘Web Project Survival Guide’, Stan Shinn outlines specific best practices, principles, and valuable tips to allow you to shrink and control project schedules while keeping the software development on the move!
Geez, Stan, what else do you do in your spare time, design warp engines?