As I type this, I’m reminded of the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode with the same title. No, it wasn’t the series finale. That one was titled All Good Things… which is a good one, both as a title and an episode. Just never try to explain Anti-Time to anyone. Ever. Sadly, Journey’s End was that last Wesley Crusher episode where he discovers that he has a bunch of super powers and goes off with another super-powered being to explore those powers. *record scratch Wait. Was
Feedback Loop’s One-Year Anniversary!
This week on The Feedback Loop, I’m taking a break from our usual content to talk about the blog in general, both its past and its future. As of this post, we have been publishing weekly content for a full year, which is a great accomplishment. There are certainly other judge blogs that have been operating longer, but those come with more ready-made structures, like Judge of the Week and the Rules Tip Blog. One of the ongoing challenges for The Feedback Loop has been coming up with the topics themselves,
Review Milestone – Abe Corson – 100 Reviews
Here at the Feedback Loop, we want to start celebrating round numerical milestones in review-writing. These are like anniversaries, but they are tied directly to the hard work that these judges put in to providing quality feedback to other judges. To kick this off, we wanted to start by highlighting a well known Level 3 from the United States, currently residing in Alexandria, Virginia, Abraham (Abe) Corson, who has hit the impressive milestone of writing 100 reviews. Abe's first ever review was