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I'm reading this with my class this week. It's a great discussion piece, but if I'm honest because the author references Kuhn, I had to have them read and discuss it. Why Is Academic Writing So Academic? - The New Yorker.
I've started to feel really bad for video game critics and writers. It really doesn't make sense all the hate they get. I have no real understanding of where this anger comes from. Is it related to a changing gaming landscape, and the change makes most gamers afraid? Is it purely related to internet anonymity? [...]
Archivist have dealt with these types of legal issues for year, but focusing on preserving games, specifically through circumventing any kind of access controls or DRM, refrains the conversations nicely. Games can seem like "magic", and this "magic" obscures all the software and hardware that's used to run. What happens when that "magic" is no [...]
Here's a post from Georgia College's ENGAGE program about the presentation I recent did with Katie Simon and Tess Lyle about the Citizen Solider Project @ Georgia College blog. https://engageatgc.wordpress.com/2015/04/10/archiving-engagement/ This project involved working with freshmen student, artist Jack Leamy, Katie, Tess (a TA), community groups, and most of the library's departments.
This is the second time today that I've seen #gamergate brought up. I really don't understand the desire disengage from people who have different perspectives and opinions than you. I really tried to understand this mentality and the companion ways of thinking that encourages raging when ideas conflict with your own and retreating to a [...]
Wicked Weed Medora. I really wish Wicked Weed was distributed further south. This sounds like a great American Sour beer that's getting spread a bit wider.