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  #197 New January 6th, 2020 06:10 PM
Well. I am back from home again, after being blocked for several days. I am not sure for the reason for the problem, or where the source was. I will just have to see how long the access lasts. While blocked, I did get some writing in on my D&D based story up to over 5500 words, so definitely not a short story. I have quite a ways to go on that. More later tonight.

Well, it is now Tuesday morning, somewhat early (of late, depending on your point of view), and it looks like I am still having problems. Anything I type is not immediately posted, but is delayed for a period of time. As to the cause of that, hopefully the powers that be have some idea.

What this difficulty does point out is that access to here might be more than uncertain in the coming days, so if I want to get anything out and announced, I need to get cracking. I will not be able to tell how long I will be around. What I rhink that I might do with my Cepheus Engine stuff is gradually post on DriveThru my revisions or changes to the System Reference Document, after first making sure that I have some sort of copyright control. Reworking the entire document is chewing up time. Besides, I will commit heresy, and say that right now. the early editions of Dungeons & Dragons are a lot more fun to work with. I still nave not made any effort to start on the Big Black Books. I still need to get a plastic bin to store them in, either in the basement or the garage. I suspect that reading in hard copy might be easier than trying to read it on the computer in PDF format. I wish Marc could have toned things down a bit and put all of the Maker stuff in supplements. Oh well, such is life.
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