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  1. Plot Points: Why Is Pelgrane Press So Good? Ep. 149

    Pelgrane Press is a phenomenal company devoted solely to the production of role-playing games. The company's products are universally stunning, from 13th Age to The Dracula Dossier. How does Pelgrane manage to put out such consistently amazing material with only one full-time employee? An interview with co-owner Cat Tobin plumbs the depths of the Pelgrane paradox.  Ben’s book on RPG theory is finally available for purchase! Encounter Theory lays out Ben’s theory of adventure design. It also has 14 playplans to help you design better adventures, and an entire 5E adventure applying his ideas, along with commentary about why he wrote adventure the way he did. Check it out here!  Like Plot Points? Support it on Patreon at the $2 level, and you’ll get a sneak peek into Ben’s book about the sale of TSR to Wizards of the Coast! This chapter concerns TSR West, an effort by TSR to open an LA office devoted to producing comic books, an effort that failed rather impressively. It is the product of a dozen interviews with professionals from comics, gaming, and Hollywood, and as far as I can reckon, it is a tale entirely untold until now.   Buy Ill Met in Lankhmar for Kindle here! To let us know what you think about this episode, email us at plotpointsemail@gmail.com! Find us on Twitter @PlotPointsPod! Give us a review on iTunes to help the show grow! Audio courtesy of 50 Breaks! Image courtesy Pelgrane Press.


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  2. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 254, Live From WWDC 2019

    The Talk Show

    Live From WWDC 2019 With Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak

    Tuesday, 4 June 2019

    Recorded in front of a live audience at The California Theater in San Jose on Tuesday, 4 June 2019, John Gruber is joined by Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to discuss the news from WWDC 2019: the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR, MacOS 10.15 Catalina, iOS 13, iPadOS, SwiftUI and Catalyst, and more.


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    Apple’s WWDC 2019 Keynote

    Crazy Apple Rumors, from 2002: “Mac OS 9 Resuscitated By Quick-Thinking Developers”.

    Audio editing by Caleb Sexton. Cover photo by John Siracusa.


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  3. One Shot- Trail of Cthulhu: The Dance in the Blood (Pt 1 of 2) | Free Podcasts | PodOmatic”

    In this Purist One Shot of Trail of Cthulhu (based on Call of Cthulhu and adapted from Robin Law's Gumshoe Game System by Kenneth Hite), our players find themselves in the English country town of Keswick. While they all have their reasons for being here, they aren't quite sure why this town and this place feels so familiar to them (having never been here before in their recollection). On the wall in The Blackstone Hotel, they discover a photograph from the early 1900's, which features children that look oddly like the investigators…

    Keeper: Kristy Cutsforth


    Dr. Michael Laws (Doctor) played by Gary Lange

    Rosa Parker (Antiquarian) played by Ryan Gerts

    Jonesy (Hobo) played by Kerry Cutsforth

    Countess Hilary Exeter (Dilettante) played by Kimela Walker

    "Dark Hallway (distressed)" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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  4. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 149, With Special Guest Glenn Fleishman

    The Talk Show

    ‘With Apologies to Hamilton’, With Special Guest Glenn Fleishman

    Thursday, 17 March 2016

    Glenn Fleishman joins the show. The primary topic: Apple’s legal battle against the FBI regarding the iPhone and encryption. Other topics include Aaron Burr’s resurgence in popularity, the U.S. founding fathers’ use of cyphers and codes in their correspondance, next week’s Apple event, USB battery packs, and more.


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  5. Episode 97: The Dracula Dossier with Kenneth Hite

    Drac is back, and so is Blurry Photos' friend Ken Hite to discuss his newest project, The Dracula Dossier! Ken has created a new edition of Bram Stoker’s classic tale of horror that


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  6. Wits | Comedy, conversation, songs and surprises with host John Moe. | Neil Gaiman with My Brightest Diamond |

    The Guests Neil Gaiman is the bestselling author of books for adults and children.  The recipient of many awards, his works have been adapted for film, television, stage and radio. Some of Neil’s most notable titles include The Graveyard Book (the first book to ever win both the Newbery and Carnegie medals), American Gods and 2013's UK National Book Award's Book of the Year, The Ocean at the End of the Lane. 2 million people follow him on Twitter.  Born in the UK, he now lives in the US with his wife, the musician and writer, Amanda Palmer.My Brightest Diamond@MyBrightestDmndwww.mybrightestdiamond.comAs impressive as her list of recent collaborators, Shara Worden's voice and arresting live performances have left audiences thunderstruck from the Sydney Opera house to Lincoln Center to the House of Blues. She's performed under the experimental-pop moniker My Brightest Diamond for the last seven years, and counts Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dressner (The National), The Decemberists, Bon Iver, David Byrne and Laurie Anderson among collaborators and friends.  Her latest album, out September16, is titled This is My Hand.


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