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Shewstone Publishing

I’m aware that it’s been more than 2 years since I’ve posted to this blog. This long, quiet period coincided with the launch of 5th Edition D&D at Gen Con 2014. 🙂 2014 was my first Gen Con. Since then my engagement with roleplaying games has been reinvigorated and I’ve been putting my time into […]

Top 11 Technology Developments of the Decade

I don’t want this blog to be just about re-posting articles someone else wrote, but I thought this was interesting and that I’d share it. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (that’s “I-triple-E” to those who know what it is), of which I happen to be a member, published a list of the top […]

Experts Warn of Health Risks from Airport Body Scanners

This is not the type of technology I set out to write about, but I feel I have to get the message out any way I can. A couple of days ago, I came across an open letter from a group of distinguished biophysicists warning of potentially serious health risks (read, “cancer”) from the new […]

Andrew Gronosky, Master of Science!

A few days ago, I had to write a short autobiography for one of the engineering papers I was writing for work. Of course I mentioned my advanced degree, an M.S. in mathematics. M.S. stands for Master of Science. I kind of like the sound of that. I wish we expanded that abbreviation more often. […]

Data Recovered

Just to let everyone know, I’ve had some help in recovering the data from my old blog posts. A friend from work had software that had archived most of the posts automatically and he sent me a copy of the archive. And, another reader pointed out that I could retrieve anything else that may still […]

The End of History

For those of you who have been reading my blog, I’ve got some bad news. Due to an error on my part, all the past articles and comments have been lost. For all intents and purposes, The Runes of Binaria is starting over with a blank slate.

Good grief – I’ve turned into a blogger!

I hate blogs.  So why do I have one? Just recently (two days ago, in fact), I decided to take the plunge and get my own Web hosting service from a real hosting company (namely, 1and1).  Partly this is because I’m tired of hosting my pages at Comcast (more specifically, I’m tired of Comcast’s lousy […]