Monday, 03 August, 2020

Month: October 2016


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This weird Halloween trivia isn’t boo-gus. Taken from the Huffington Post Halloween is a time for candy, costumes and the Charlie Brown cartoon special, but how did it become this way? Why are children and teens encouraged to run around Read more…


  Nowhere today is this more apparent than in the business world. New technologies are launched daily, business models have changed and continue to change, lean startup thinking has proliferated and the traditional business plan is not what it used Read more…


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There has been a lot of talk about “Firsts” lately.  What does “First” really mean? So, I got to thinking… As far as achievement, I believe “First” is a milestone.  For example, “first” steps, “first” car, “first” words. Merriam – Read more…


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The Games We Play: Pteria 547BC

Tim put on this CnC Ancients game a few weeks ago, at 547BC it is positively modern. It featured a bunch of Persian upstarts led by some chap called Cyrus against the Lydians led by Croesus. Evidently he had a Read more…


WW1 in five battles part II

Having painted up some late war German cavalry specially, I thought it was time to continue with our WW1 mini campaign using One Hour Wargames by Neil Thomas. The first two battles have been covered in an earlier blog post.As we’d Read more…


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https://patchworknplay.blogspot.com/2016/10/hoping-to-finish.html

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The Games We Play: Simplicity in Practice

John put on this ACW game using his 15mm toys and the ACW variant of Simplicity in Practice. The scenario was ‘Positional Defence’ from one of the Charles Grant scenario books. I took the Union and Tom and Tim the Read more…


Patchwork n Play: A Follow-up...

As a thank you to Rose for all the Cotton and Steele  fabric and blocks she sent me,  I decided the Lola pouch  would make a nice gift… Some Jane Sassaman for the outer and Lighthearted  for the binding? The Lola Read more…