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One small step for this blog

27/05/2019
Back in August last year, Facebook prevented WordPress blogs from cross posting. I likely would not have noticed this change had I not just started posting my responses to RPGaDay 2018. This required some awkward copy-pasting and reposting to make sure everything showed up.
 
It all worked out in the end, but there had to be a better way. Turns out there was. You couldn’t repost to your own Wall any more, but you could to a Page. The solution was obvious, but felt like a big step. This blog’s been running for a few years now without an associated Page or Twitter account. I didn’t see the need for it, though it was always the next logical step.
 
So here we are nine months later and the Geek-Life Balance Facebook Page is finally live. I guess you could say I’ve carried the idea of the Page to term, but that’s a bit too visceral for a blog about toy soldiers.
 
Anyway. There’s not a whole lot going on over there at the moment. I’m still in the figuring-stuff-out phase, deciding exactly what I want to do with the Page. I know I don’t want it to supersede this blog, so it will likely be little more than an new entry point for the near future.
 
As for future posts, RPGaDay 2019 is looming on the horizon. Before then, I plan to make some posts about what I’ve been working on this year. I also have some thoughts about games both current and upcoming. Those will get turned into a semi-coherent post at some point. Until then, head over to Facebook and ‘smash that Like button’.
 
Sorry. Mostly.
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