When I reviewed Open Game Table: The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs, Volume 1 back in October 2009, I felt it was a monumental and worthwhile compilation of game material from around the blogosphere. Jonathan Jacobs somehow managed to do everything from curating the articles to having the book printed and available. The result was a book that managed to provide players and gamemasters, both new and old, more inspiration than you could shake a stick at.
With Open Game Table: The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs, Volume 2 (OGTv2), Jacobs managed to get much more help with nearly every part of the process - from nominating material to editing, art, and so on. He even managed to get sponsors to help foot the bill to pay for part of the publishing effort so it wasn't all out of his wallet.
To avoid any misconceptions, I helped with a couple of parts of the process of OGTv2. I worked as a peer reviewer and contributed some funds to help get the book printed. But even with my help and the help of many other folks, I suspect Jonathan put in the lion's share of the work on this book.
That said, this book is simply astounding from the description of the daily gaming convention on the web in the foreward from RPG industry veteran Justin Achili to Trent Colwell's hilarious article - "The Tale of Jacques: A Study in Ignominious RPG Death" - in which poor Jack's character drowns in spectacular fashion teaching everyone to make sure the rope is tied off before you jump into a torrential river of death... I think there's something for everyone stuffed into this 158 page volume.
For more of this review, check out: http://www.gameknightreviews.com/2010/09/book-review-open-game-table-the-anthology-of-roleplaying-game-blogs-volum-
[5 of 5 Stars!]