Well, as a very wise professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison said to me when I was a graduate student some years ago, “Sometimes it just takes a while to mull things over unconsciously and even having a second or third look at whatever type of problem you are wrestling with.” And so it has been the case with simple HTML code!
Anyway, to make a long story short, I’ve added a functioning links section, which you’ll see at right. I’ll continue adding to it as the mood strikes me, but these are my favorites that I check every couple of days. I’ve also added a couple of rather shameless links to my band site – The Indras – and another to my consultancy website. You can also now contact me directly via e-mail, without having to search for it, if you’d rather do that than add your comment to a particular blog entry. So, it seems that the GD of S blog has just become much more user friendly. Thanks to Jim and Jeff!
n the wargaming front, I’ve printed out about 28 chance cards, which feature a selection of really neat 18th century soldier prints/paintings gleaned from the web on the backside with the random event text on the front side. As per Jeff’s suggestion a day or two ago, I’ll visit Office Max later today and purchase a lamination kit, to make my cards sturdy. They are standard business card size by the way. I’m also going to paint my extra four 2’ square MDF river sections this evening since the Grand Duchess is joining friends to watch the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics in
So, I’ll have some photos of the finished chance cards, RSM soldiers, and table here for you to ogle here in a day or two. In the meantime, here is one of the prints I’ve used to jazz up my tactical chance cards. Have a nice weekend everyone!