Things of No Interest is a semi-random stream of consciousness blog about boardgames, featuring irregular articles about 3D printing for games, what's being played, thoughts about his collection, what was interesting in gaming ten years ago, and whatever other random things he can think of.
Charles talks about how he designed his Eldritch Horror storage solution and shows off the result.
Charles attempts to build a better solution for his Eldritch Horror collection, with an eye towards the future.
Charles talks about bling (enhancements) for Arkham Horror: The Card Game — card sleeves, 3D prints etc.
Charles offers his thoughts on one of his favorite games - Viticulture and the full Tuscany expansion.
Charles uses his BGG anniversary as an excuse to list his 13 favorite games in this installment of Things of No Interest.
Charles returns with a look back at the hotness of June 2008.
Charles talks about his picks in the 2018 Geek Madness tournament Final Four.
It is time for another year of March Madness and Charles shares his choices / votes.
Charles talks about what he's played so far in 2018 (what little there is).
Charles finishes painting his Crusade of the Forgotten figure set for Descent. Come take a look
Charles explains what it take to paint his newest work of art
Charles looks back to what his best play of last January was -- Ticket to Ride: Nordic Countries.
Charles continues his look at his favorite iOS boardgames
Charles continues his countdown / look at board gaming apps on iOS.
Charles continues looking at the iOS boardgame apps he plays - numbers 20-25.
Charles looks back at the games he played in November.
Charles continues looking at the iOS boardgame apps he plays - numbers 26-30.
Charles checks in with a quick look at the changes in his game collection from last month
Charles continues to look at iOS board game conversions with numbers 35-31.
Charles continues his look at his favorite boardgames on his mobile devices with numbers 40-36.
Charles looks back to his collection of games played in October.
Charles takes a look at 5 of his top 50 iOS boardgame apps.