Looking at Siberia, it is a vast, vast wasteland and I don't see that changing in the next 100 years.

The villages and cities of Siberia are well on their way to getting Internet access in the modern day and I can easily see them being fully integrated with the Global Data Net by 2090.  However, there is vast amounts of territory between these cities, towns, and villages.

I'm not a big fan of "crafting" in RPGs.  I've seen way too much abuse of crafting rules over the years.  Unfortunately, in some genres, such as cyberpunk, crafting is needed in certain areas.  There are many cyberpunk stories where a character has written their own software.

I've starting working on a new RPG campaign for Friday Night group #1.  They are currently playing through Out of the Abyss fo D&D.  Once we complete that campaign, we'll be moving on to Interface Zero using the FATE Core system.

I have played lots of space ship combat games.  Two of my favorites are Attack Vector:Tactical and Sqaudron Strike.  A while back, the publisher ask for a sales pitch to tempt a potential customer.  The following is my pitch.  Feel free to share it to promote the games.

I need to recommend a book: The Courier by Gerald Brandt - Author. The Courier is a not-quite Cyberpunk novel and the first in a series. It is a good, fast read and offers a good example of how to set up a conspiracy for RPGers. A little cliche at times, but I'm definitely looking forward to the sequel.

I was finally able to see Batman V Supermam.

I liked it. It had vibes of Kingdom Come and Dark Knight Returns, which are two of the greatest comics that DC has ever published.

Ben Affleck nailed Batman. This wasn't a Batman at the start of his career, but one that has been around for 20 years already. He has trust issues. He works alone. He is a control freak.

Talking about Captain America 3, so if you haven't seen it yet, beware the spoilers.

Overall, it was a good movie; however, I found the basic premise flawed.