Let's just say that I'm going to have online games that don't require much commitment from you the online game-player. You'll be able to play 'em during a coffee break or while waiting five minutes on the phone, yet you'll still be able to compete with your fellow game-players.
Interestingly, I never lost favor with the old HTML-only no-backend diary format, like the one you're seeing here. Since I'm editing it with a standard WYSIWYG-style HTML editor, formatting things is dirt-simple. Simple spelling and grammar-errors are automatically flagged. I'm sure the entries from the past year or so are replete with spelling errors, but since I was entering my content via an HTML form, there wasn't a simple way to be sure.
To be honest, I never much cared about an automatically-generated RSS version of this stuff. If you can correct me and tell me that you're merging this content in with other news-sites on your PDA or something like that, let me know. As it stands, RSS-XML-whatever has never much impressed me and I don't think anyone cares.
The only thing I miss is having the nice little calendar/month-browser over on the right side of the screen. If I could find or write a little utility that'd generate that stuff into existing HTML, I'd probably dump the whole blogging software back-end entirely.
In any case, I'll try to get changes up as I can. The site might look a little odd from time to time, but it'll get there.