New reader Mark Goadrich wrote in to tell me that he enjoyed browsing our archives and that he had taken it upon himself to organize the articles section according to subject. I was impressed enough that I asked to include his work in our official archives and he consented as well as agreeing to update it as new issues appear. You can see the results by visiting our archives and clicking on the (Sort by Topic) link. Let me know what you think.

Eagle-eyed readers might also notice that the URL for our archives has changed from .SHTML to .PHP. That change in extension is significant in that it shows that we've moved to a PHP-enabled server. For many this will be gibberish but what it means is that we have the power to add many fancy new features to the website. Whether we actually do add anything is largely up to you, the reader. While it's unlikely that I'll want to add anything too radical, this is a perfect opportunity to make suggestions about things you'd like to see. E-mail me if you have any comments or ideas.

-Greg Aleknevicus

Read any good books lately? It's been my experience that there are very few really good books about games in general. There are plenty about specific games such as Go, Bridge or Chess but otherwise the field is surprisingly sparse. Joe Huber is likely going to cover most of the more popular titles but feel free to write in with any comments about your favourites.


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