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I’ve got a feeling that with the advent of web 2.0, our methods of acquiring, processing, and storing knowledge are going to have to change fundamentally—and not just for programmers.

Role-Playing

To some, the death of Dragon magazine did not come as a surprise. "D&D was dead when Third Edition came out," says Christina Sills, owner of Wildgate Games in Deltona, Florida, over the phone, "so when Dragon was done, it just proved what we already knew."

Role-Playing

Dragon's feature well was the meat of the magazine, however. In the December 2006 issue, a patchwork green background filled the pages of "Legacy of the Ancient Empires."

Role-Playing

Passing into the care of three different publishers over the last three decades, the editors of Dragon saw 359 issues to print, five Dragon Annuals and eight compilations, along with 150 issues of Dungeon, its companion magazine.

Pop Culture

The MegaCon monster is, for the most part, an orgy of consumerism, wriggling with sweaty nerdkind of every age, obsession, and genre, from the cosplay toddler to the acne-ridden spawn of "Naruto."