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Monday, April 23, 2018

This Week at ADB, Inc., 15-21 April 2018

Steve Cole reports:

This was a week of steady work on current projects. Amarillo finally got some much needed rain, providing some relief to the drought conditions and helping area firefighters get wildfires contained.

New on Warehouse 23, DriveThru RPG, and Wargame Vault  this week was Nexus #4.


The Starlist Update Project moved forward with two updates.

Steve Cole worked on the April Fool's Multi-Game Ship pack, Captain's Log #53, blogs, art for the Gorn Master Starship Book, Shapeways, and other projects.

Steven Petrick worked on Star Fleet Battles updates, quality control assembly and shipping, and the Kzinti and Gorn Master Starship Books.

Leanna kept orders and accounting up to date.

Mike kept orders going out and rebuilt the inventory.

Simone did website updates and some graphics.

Wolf guarded the office, chasing away a Carnotaurus.

Jean worked on the GURPS Prime Directive revision, managed our page on Facebook (3,966 friends), uploaded ships to Shapeways, managed our Twitter feed (256 followers), commanded the Rangers, dealt with the continuing spam assault on the BBS, managed the blog feed, proofread April 1 ship cards, took care of customers, uploaded PDFs, and did some marketing.

Monday, April 16, 2018

This Week at ADB, Inc., 8-14 April 2018

Steve Cole reports:

This was a week of steady work on current projects. We released Hailing Frequencies and Communique #148 on time on the 10th.

New on Warehouse23, DriveThru RPG, and Wargame Vault this week was Hex Map Pack #1.


The Starlist Update Project moved forward with some updates.

Steve Cole worked on Captain's Log #53, blogs, art for the Gorn Master Starship Book, Shapeways, and other projects.

Steven Petrick worked on Star Fleet Battles updates, quality control assembly and shipping, and the Kzinti and Gorn Master Starship Books.

Leanna kept orders and accounting up to date.

Mike kept orders going out and rebuilt the inventory.

Simone did website updates and some graphics as well as releasing the newsletters.

Wolf guarded the office, chasing away a yaguarundi.

Jean worked on the GURPS Prime Directive revision, managed our page on Facebook (3,966 friends), managed our Twitter feed (256 followers), commanded the Rangers, dealt with the continuing spam assault on the BBS, managed the blog feed, proofread ship cards, took care of customers, uploaded PDFs, and did some marketing.

Monday, April 09, 2018

This Week at ADB, Inc., 1-7 April 2018

Steve Cole reports:

This was a week of steady work on current projects. We released 57 ships on Shapeways April 1-2.

The Kzinti Tri-Maran was one of our April 1 ships in our shop on Shapeways.

New on Warehouse23, DriveThru RPG, and Wargame Vault this week was Nexus #3.


The Starlist Update Project moved forward with two updates.

Steve Cole worked on Communique, Hailing Frequencies, fiction, Captain's Log #53, blogs, Shapeways, art for Starmada, and other projects.

Steven Petrick worked on Star Fleet Battles updates, quality control assembly and shipping, and the Kzinti and Gorn Master Starship Books.

Leanna kept orders and accounting up to date.

Mike kept orders going out and rebuilt the inventory.

Simone worked on Hailing Frequencies and did website updates and some graphics.

Wolf guarded the office, chasing away two Annunaki messengers from Nibiru.

Jean worked on the GURPS Prime Directive revision, managed our page on Facebook (which is up to 3,969 friends), released ships on Shapeways, managed our Twitter feed (253 followers), commanded the Rangers, dealt with the continuing spam assault on the BBS, managed the blog feed, finished proofreading the Kzinti Master Starship Book, took care of customers, uploaded PDFs, and did some marketing.

Monday, April 02, 2018

This Week at ADB, Inc., 25-31 March 2018

Steve Cole reports:

This was a week of steady work on current projects.

New on Warehouse23, DriveThru RPG, and Wargame Vault this week was Star Fleet Battles: Module S1 - Scenario Book #1.


The Starlist Update Project moved forward with two new entries and an update.

Steve Cole worked on Captain's Log #53, blogs, the last of the art for the Kzinti Master Starship Book, Shapeways, and other projects.

Steven Petrick worked on Star Fleet Battles updates, quality control assembly and shipping, and the Kzinti and Gorn Master Starship Books.

Leanna kept orders and accounting up to date. She also created a new PDF product.

Mike kept orders going out and rebuilt the inventory.

Simone did website updates and some graphics.

Wolf guarded the office, chasing away a dire wolf.

Jean managed our page on Facebook (which is up to 3,968 friends), uploaded ships to Shapeways, managed our Twitter feed (253 followers), commanded the Rangers, dealt with the continuing spam assault on the BBS, managed the blog feed, proofread the Kzinti Master Starship Book, took care of customers, uploaded PDFs, and did some marketing.

Monday, March 26, 2018

This Week at ADB, Inc., 18-24 March 2018

Steve Cole reports:

This was a week of steady work on current projects.

New on Warehouse 23, DriveThru RPG, and Wargame Vault this week was Nexus #2.


The Starlist Update Project moved forward with one new entries and two updates.

Steve Cole worked on Captain's Log #53, blogs, art for the Kzinti Master Starship Book, Shapeways (schedule, posting ships, writing descriptions), and other projects. He had discussions with a potential D6 designer as well as discussions with a potential new die cutting company.

Steven Petrick worked on Star Fleet Battles updates, quality control assembly and shipping, and the Kzinti and Gorn Master Starship Books.

Leanna kept orders and accounting up to date.

Mike kept orders going out and rebuilt the inventory.

Simone did website updates and some graphics.

Wolf guarded the office, chasing away a Pachycephalosaurus..

Jean managed our page on Facebook (which is up to 3,966 friends), uploaded ships to Shapeways, managed our Twitter feed (253 followers), commanded the Rangers, dealt with the continuing spam assault on the BBS, managed the blog feed, proofread the Kzinti Master Starship Book, took care of customers, uploaded PDFs, and did some marketing.

Monday, March 19, 2018

This Week at ADB, Inc., 11-17 March 2018

Steve Cole reports:

This was a week of steady work on current projects.

New on Warehouse 23, DriveThru RPG, and Wargame Vault this week were Captain's Log #45, its free supplement, and its color PDFs.


The Starlist Update Project moved forward with three new entries and an update.
Steve Cole worked on Captain's Log #53, blogs, art for the Kzinti Master Starship Book, Shapeways, and other projects.

Steven Petrick worked on Star Fleet Battles updates, quality control assembly and shipping, and the Kzinti and Gorn Master Starship Books.

Leanna kept orders and accounting up to date.

Mike kept orders going out and rebuilt the inventory.

Simone did website updates and some graphics.

Wolf guarded the office, chasing away a flock of falcons.

Jean worked on various projects, managed our page on Facebook (which is up to 3,962 friends), uploaded ships to Shapeways, managed our Twitter feed (251 followers), commanded the Rangers, dealt with the continuing spam assault on the BBS, managed the blog feed, proofread the Kzinti Master Starship Book, took care of customers, uploaded PDFs, and did some marketing.

Monday, March 12, 2018

This Week at ADB, Inc., 4-10 March 2018

Steve Cole reports:

This was a week of steady work on current projects. Hailing Frequencies for March and Communique #147 were released on March 10.

New on Warehouse 23, DriveThru RPG, and Wargame Vault this week was Nexus #1.


The Starlist Update Project moved forward with two new entries and an update.

Steve Cole worked on the newsletters, Captain's Log #53, blogs, art for the Kzinti Master Starship Book, Shapeways, and other projects.

Steven Petrick worked on Star Fleet Battles updates, quality control assembly and shipping, and the Kzinti and Gorn Master Starship Books.

Leanna kept orders and accounting up to date.

Mike kept orders going out and rebuilt the inventory.

Simone worked on Hailing Frequencies and did website updates and some graphics.

Wolf guarded the office, chasing away a brontosaurus.

Jean worked on her parts of Hailing Frequencies, managed our page on Facebook (which is up to 3,961 friends), uploaded ships to Shapeways, managed our Twitter feed (252 followers), commanded the Rangers, dealt with the continuing spam assault on the BBS, managed the blog feed, proofread Communique #147 and Hailing Frequencies, took care of customers, uploaded PDFs, and did some marketing.