Author Archives: Fraser

Sword’s Edge on Kickstarter

In case you didn’t know, I’ve got a Kickstarter going for a new edition of Sword’s Edge. I think it’s awesome, but then again, I’m biased. Still, you should check it out.

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Marvel’s Iron Fist – the First Seven Episodes

I’m up to episode 7 in the Netflix series Marvel’s Iron Fist and while it’s fine, I find it the weakest of the Marvel series. Without getting into spoilers, the main character is pretty wooden and this is not offset … Continue reading

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Another Wonderful Weekend at Breakout Con.

I was lucky enough to attend Breakout Con in Toronto last weekend (10-12 March 2017) with a rather large Ottawa contingent that included Todd Crapper (Killshot, Screenplay, High Plains Samurai), Joshua Kitz (Simple Superheroes), Mark Richardson (Headspace), and Jason Pitre … Continue reading

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Three Games from Saturday Morning

This weekend, I got a chance to play some games with my two girls (ages 8 and 10). I’ve mentioned these games before, but each of them deserves another shout out because they are so great. These are games that … Continue reading

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My Week That Was, 3 Mar 2017

My course is done, but in its last week I had to do some reading on Soviet and American denial and deception practices in the Cold War. The articles are all behind a paywall, but let’s just say the USSR was … Continue reading

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My Week That Was, 13 Jan 2017

Due to a SNAFU at the graduate book store, I’m still waiting for my books for this course. We’re already in the third week and I don’t have my books. There have been workarounds for other books, but I really … Continue reading

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My Week That Was, 06 Jan 2017

For my course, I’m working my way through Michael Bennett and Edward Walt’s Counterdeception: Principles and Applications for National Security. So far, I am not enthralled, but it does have a great overview of deception theory and thinkers. I’m also … Continue reading

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