Category Archives: RPG Tech Talk

RPG Tech Talk: iBooks Author

In my last column, I talked about my opinion that current eBook ¬†formats are not really suitable for RPG publications, where typically a greater level of control is required over the precise layout – unlike a novel where the ‘flow’ … Continue reading

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RPG Tech Talk: The PDF Dilemma (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this article, we looked at the PDF security options that are available natively in the Acrobat PDF format itself. These included the ability to password protect and encrypt a document, as well as control actions that … Continue reading

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RPG Tech Talk: The PDF Dilemma (Part 1)

In my last RPG Tech Talk column, I talked about some of the hopes that I have for the ‘DnD¬†Next’ generation of technology tools for role-players. One of the items I would like Wizards of the Coast to look seriously … Continue reading

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RPG Tech Talk: 5E Tech

Welcome to another (the last…) debut column: RPG Tech Talk. This is my opportunity to share my views on and discuss the marriage of two of my main interests: Roleplaying and Technology! We are lucky enough to live in an … Continue reading

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