Reading a pdf from Silvius this morning, I am reminded that there was another thing that bothered me about the earlier campaign ... and that was the lack of easily readable character sheets. I must tell you all that I loathe pdfs. I don't think I'm alone in that. The biggest problem is that they can't be easily updated, on the fly so to speak, whereas a written character sheet can be - in just a few seconds.
Then it occurred to me that the tool for recording character sheets online and updating them quickly is right here, in the form of the blog post. All that would be necessary is the creation of the character 'sheet' on the blog, where it can be edited any time after its posted, where it can be linked to this blog and therefore read by me anytime at my convenience. In fact, if the player wants, it doesn't have to be on their standard blog, but can be made on a new blog, where the character sheet need be the only post.
Then if damage is caused, if a new piece of equipment is added, if food is eaten and so on, that's all right there and open. I can see in advance where you're keeping your equipment and it can be judged and applied to the campaign as necessary - not that it would remove the possibility for deception, as it can be changed as I'm looking at it. But it would make it possible for me to point out that something was missing or something needed to be updated to fit the proper facts.
What say you, people? Want to give this a try?