Because of their default structure, blogs are not very well suited for allowing users to find older or related content. WordPress tries to mitigate this fact with elements like categories and tags and there are quite a few plug-ins available that guess at what might be related material, but I think it benefits both the blog and its readers, especially new ones, to occasionally revisit the best posts.
Instead of reposting the original content, I will be creating a few synopsis posts that gather together a bunch of relevant topics that link to the original content. I will probably end up making a dedicated page(s) to collect these posts to make it easier for readers to find more of what they are looking for.
The Online Resource category is probably the most visited category of Mad Brew Labs. In the last year and half that the Labs has been operating, I have occasionally gathered together massive lists of resources of various themes to make it easier for readers to find the stuff they need for their games.
- General RPG Resources: a list of general RPG resources including networks & forums, game design, worldbuilding, and cartography.
- Virtual Tabletop Software: a list of software that facilitate playing RPGs between friends online.
- Terrain, Cardstock, & Tutorials: a list of resources to help outfit your tabletop with the best imagery and environment available.
- Non-Heroic Scale Minis DB: a database of manufacturers of non-heroic scale miniatures.
- Heroic Scale Minis DB: a database of manufacturers of heroic scale (25mm-28mm) miniatures.
- Level-up Your Mini Hobby Skills: a database of sites that offer tutorials to improve your miniature hobby skills.
- D&D Inspired Webcomics: a list of humorous (and not so humorous) web comic strips.
- Pathfinder RPG Resources: a list of custom content, documents, and software.
- D&D 4e Resources: a list of publishers, custom content, character generators, character sheets, power cards, and combat managers.
Look for me to begin converting all the resources that are not available in a database format (currently, any non miniature resource) into sortable databases.