- Ah yes, a little more GameSetLink-age for the post-holiday period, led by Tom Chick's look into a little swinging Wii golf action:

- Super Swing It!: I've seen some wildly diverging reviews for it already, but the Wii version of Pang-Ya/Albatross 18, Super Swing Golf, came out earlier this month, and over at QT3, Tom Chick has a much more positive take on it, linking to his Yahoo! review and commenting: "But Super Swing Golf does enough things better than Mario or Hot Shots Golf that it's currently my golf game of choice. With the Wii swinging, it's a great party game with more personality than Wii Sports' golf and more gameplay than the wretched Super Monkey Ball's take on golf." Looks like it may be worth picking up.

- Christmas Carded: Better late than never, my fellow Gamasutra news editor Jason Dobson updated eToychest with a few game company Christmas cards, including several that we didn't scan in during our own round-up Particularly goofy? "Capcom's rather humorous card shows that the company's obsession with the undead extends even to this festive season", heh - and there are also Atlus, Microsoft, and other fun cards.

- Pocket Aces: UK site Pocket Gamer has picked its Top 50 Mobile Games for 2006, and we're linking to it (and not the 50 billion other countdowns!) because it actually showcases cellphone games that a) look neat, and b) that we were unaware of. And the top 4 titles are all original IP, actually. The Pocket Gamers comment: "From action-adventures to puzzlers to racers, just about every genre had one or two standout titles to download" - and we're vaguely excited to play a few of them.

- Three Dream Rings Office: Over at Puzzle Pirates and Bang Howdy creator Three Rings Design, they're having a teensy office remodel - as spectacularly showcased by interior design firm Because We Can, who are masterminded. Wait, can we get offices like this, NOW? I think this was first discussed in Daniel James' new Letter From The Captain post on PuzzlePirates.com - his personal update at TheFloggingWillContinue (heh!) reveals his Burning Man project and all the cool game confs he visited this year.

- Second Life Gullibility Syndrome: Clay Shirky is going fairly postal on Second Life media hype at a revitalized Valleywag, and his latest post takes allegedly 'lazy' media types to task for swallowing Linden's definition of 'Resident': "The basic trick is to make it hard to remember that Linden's definition of Resident has nothing to do with the plain meaning of the word resident. My dictionary says a resident is a person who lives somewhere permanently or on a long term basis. Linden's definition of Residents, however, has nothing to do with users at all -- it measures signups for an avatar." Plenty more reasonably justified grump if you click through, m'dears - didn't Chuck D have something to say about this whole issue?