His entry for GB reads:
4. Gaming Ballistic by Douglas Cole
Before I started reading Douglas Cole I avoided GURPS like the plague. I labored for years under false beliefs about the game and foolishly ignored a robust system that would allow me to play everything from a Space Pirate to a Cowboy in the old west.
Then I found Gaming Ballistic and everything changed. Douglas Cole has a way of making GURPS into one of the most attractive systems you’ll ever read about. Through his tireless efforts he has helped demystify the game through his Melee Academy series and his GURPS 101 series. And he always seems to come up with great adventure ideas, locations, and enemies that can easily be moved into your favorite system.
Even if these efforts weren’t as impressive as they are his blog would still make my list for his Firing Squad interviews. He makes an effort in each interview to put his guest at ease and to discuss a wide range of things going on in the hobby; with the end result being some of the best, far reaching interviews you’re likely to find today.
Style of Game: GURPS
Posting Frequency: Thirty-two posts a month
Read more: http://www.enworld.org/forum/content.php?1879-Ten-RPG-Blogs-Everyone-Should-be-Reading#.VANcVPldWSq#ixzz3BzahKcSS
I'm obviously thrilled and grateful to be listed on that list, and quite pleased GURPS has been made more approachable by my efforts.
And the Firing Squad? The Firing Squad . . . endures.