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  • Accounting & Bookkeeping

    Posted on April 15, 2014 by Tao

    Accounting and bookkeeping are two different subjects.  Accountancy defined:
    Accounting, or accountancy, is the measurement, processing and communication of financial information about economic entities.[1][2] Accounting, which has been called the "language of business",[3] measures the results of an organization's economic activities and conveys this information to a variety of users including investors, creditors, management, and regulators.[4]
    Now [...]

    This post was posted in business and was tagged with accounting, best practices, business, tips

  • Video Review: For the Crown

    Posted on April 14, 2014 by Kaja

    This week's video review is for For the Crown, an intriguing 2-player hybrid of chess and deck-building games.

    This post was posted in reviews and was tagged with board games, For the Crown, game reviews, Victory Point Games, video reviews

  • New Releases: April 11th, 2014

    Posted on April 11, 2014 by Warehouse Staff

    Magic the Gathering: Japanese Dragon's Maze Booster
    Magic the Gathering: Japanese Dragon's Maze Booster Box
    Magic the Gathering: Dragon's Maze Booster
    Magic the Gathering: Dragon's Maze Booster Box
    Magic the Gathering: Dragon's Maze Intro Deck - Set of Five
    Magic the Gathering: Dragon's Maze Intro Deck - Simic Domination
    Magic the Gathering: Dragon's Maze Intro Deck [...]

    This post was posted in general, new releases and was tagged with new board games, new releases, products

  • Social Media - Musings

    Posted on April 8, 2014 by Tao

    Social media is the new form of communication out there.  From Twitter to Instagram to Facebook and Google+, it's all the rage.  It's interesting to see how things are slowly shifting too, Google's starting to look at forms of instant communication (Twitter, Facebook public statuses, etc.) and indexing it for specific on-trend topics.  More information [...]

    This post was posted in bestsellers, business and was tagged with automation, musings, social media, thoughts

  • New Releases: April 4th, 2014

    Posted on April 4, 2014 by Warehouse Staff

    Android: Netrunner LCG - Double Time Data Pack
    Descent: Journeys in the Dark 2nd Edition - Shadow of Nerekhall
    Descent: Second Edition Lieutenant - Tristayne Olliven
    Descent: Second Edition Lieutenant - Verminous
    Descent: Second Edition Lieutenant - Rylan Olliven
    Descent: Second Edition Lieutenant - Gargan Mirklace
    Dragon Age Dice Set
    Ender's Game: Battle School
    Star Wars: Edge [...]

    This post was posted in general, new releases and was tagged with new board games, new releases, products

  • New Releases: April 3rd, 2014

    Posted on April 3, 2014 by Warehouse Staff

    Ark & Noah
    Atlantis: Second Age
    Battletech Introductory Box Set (2013 Edition)
    City Council
    Duck! Duck! Go! Crazy Cat Lady Starter Kit
    Dust Tactics: Allies Joe Starter Set
    Dust Tactics: Axis Stefan Starter Set
    Dust Tactics: SSU Koshka Starter Set
    Florenza: The Card Game
    Formula D: Expansion 5 - New Jersey & Sotchi
    Last Will (reprint)
    Lewis [...]

    This post was posted in general, new releases and was tagged with new board games, new releases, products

  • Gaming in the Community: Saanich Neighbourhood Place

    Posted on April 2, 2014 by Kaja

    Every year, we make a number of donations to community organizations, libraries, and schools that integrate board games into their education programs. It's a great opportunity to connect with the community, and to see how gaming can be used for more than just entertainment. Whether it's an elementary school starting up a gaming library or a teacher getting their students to exercise lateral thinking and creativity with some well-timed games of Dixit, board games are becoming a great way of broadening children's and youths' education, and making learning more interactive and engaging.

    We recently donated a number of board games to a unique program run by Jordan Czop at Saanich Neighbourhood Place in Victoria, BC that uses gaming as a way of building important skills for local teens. Below, Jordan talks about the program, and the impact that gaming has had on the community he works in.

    Continue Reading

    This post was posted in articles and was tagged with articles, community, donations, Saanich Neighbourhood Place

  • Community & Co-Operation

    Posted on April 1, 2014 by Tao

    It's interesting watching B&M stores and online stores in this space. There's definitely a difference in the way community & co-operation happens between / among each other and competition.
    Brick & Mortar Stores
    Brick and mortar stores, for the most part, are quite friendly to one another - especially if said competitor is in another city [...]

    This post was posted in business and was tagged with B&M, competition, musings, online stores

  • Video Review: Exodus Proxima Centauri

    Posted on March 31, 2014 by Kaja

    Starlit Citadel Reviews are back! After a month's hiatus while we got things underway with our new production team, we've returned to our regular schedule of 1 video every 2 weeks. There have been a few minor changes to our look (some of which will only become apparent a couple reviews down the road, as [...]

    This post was posted in reviews and was tagged with board games, Exodus Proxima Centauri, game reviews, NSKN Games, products, video reviews

  • Conventions - A Little Love, A Little Hate

    Posted on March 25, 2014 by Tao

    I have a love / hate relationship with conventions.  They can be decent marketing opportunities and decent sales, but they disrupt our regular work and are extremely draining.  Some conventions are better than others (in both terms of sales and physical drain); but I thought it might be interesting to discuss a convention from the [...]

    This post was posted in business and was tagged with cons, conventions, events, musings, work

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