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I’ve got lots of board game geeks in my Google+ circles. I’ve been posting board game notes there, mostly quick thoughts of what I’ve played. Those notes appear much faster and more reliably than what I post here. I’ve run into a limitation with Google+: I don’t mind sharing those notes in public, yet I [...]
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