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Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Playtest gets connected!


Keep an eye on our new Facebook page for all the latest news about Playtest meetups and events, with updates and photos.

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Twitter is a rich source of instantly updated information. If you’re looking for the quickest way to see what’s new with us, @playtestuk is the place to find out.
  
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2 comments:

  1. Just a couple of questions.

    1. What's the problem with using this perfectly good site you've got already?

    2. As there are people (like me) who have not got (and have no intention of getting) a Facebook account, doesn't it kind of defeat the purpose of an information page? Anyone with web access can get to this page, whereas only a subset of those people can see a Facebook page...

    Not that I'm trying to cause trouble, you understand. But the current mania for doing stuff on Facebook as though it was a proxy world wide web is slightly troubling.

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  2. Hi David. Thanks for the comment. Glad that you like the website. It is and will remain the hub of the group and where everything gets posted first. The facebook/twitter pages are a way to reach out to a wider audience and direct them to the website. It can be a useful method for people to get in touch as well.

    Hope you have a good playtest this weekend :)

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