A Bit of Unexpected Downtime

Good planning. Contingency arrangements. Solid scheduling. These are all things that probably should have happened a little better when half the GWJ staff, myself included, picked this week to scatter to the four corners of the Earth for a variety of reasons.

It's not often the front page goes dark for a day, much less two, but let's call this our Summer Vacation with the expectation that things will get back to normal next week. With PAX, GenCon updates and the fall onslaught of games right on the horizon, this is the proverbial quiet before the storm. Cool things are afoot in the next few weeks, both in the world of gaming and with GWJ.

See you Monday.

Comments

I think Mex's posts are keeping most of us occupied. Have fun on vacation!

The Mex website talks about games too? Cool!

I was gone the whole time, so I didn't notice a thing!

Well GWJ-Uppity-Ups! Enjoy the conventions! Those at Gencon, play the new Dominion Prosperity...I hear it's being demoed, and available to purchase...(my friend who is there right now bought me a copy...I can't wait

This is why you run a "we need some new writiers"-a-thon, so you have some stuff banked for the down times.

Or that's what the content gurus tell me.

Have fun storming the castle boys! Mex is keeping us entertained!

I want a pro-rated refund of my site subscription fee.

Thanks for not trashing the place while we were out.

wordsmythe wrote:

Thanks for not trashing the place while we were out.

I think you've spoken too soon.

I think there are some threads Certis will be interested to read in his absence.

Hope you guys have a great vacation!

Quintin_Stone wrote:
wordsmythe wrote:

Thanks for not trashing the place while we were out.

I think you've spoken too soon.

It's true; I'm still a bit out (just not as much as I'd like).

Hey, does the unexpected downtime mean no conference call today? Was looking forward to listening to the guys at breakfast this morning, but no dice... Guess show #200 will be something special with an extra week of preparation.

Mañana.