Monthly Archives: August 2011

Freeplay 2011 Wrap-Up

So Freeplay happened this past weekend and it was a grand old time. Meeting the Melbourne set was a fantastic experience and they are, to a person, exceptional and lovely – a consistent theme across all game critics/bloggers that I’ve … Continue reading

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Presented without comment #20

‘Better Than Renting Out A Windowless Room: The Blessed Distraction Of Technology‘ by Colson Whitehead at Publishers Weekly. Now, I open Twitter and see that I am not alone. I am part of a vast and wretched assembly of freaks who … Continue reading

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Keep up with what I’m reading, via RSS

Some of my regular readers have expressed appreciation for the stuff I post occasionally to Facebook, and it’s often the stuff I’ve been reading which I most consider worth other people’s time, so it makes sense. But maybe you don’t want … Continue reading

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Presented without comment #19

Marriane Bertrand quoted in ‘Rightist Extremism: My Right To Say Abhorrent Things‘ at The Economist. Perhaps the most devastating problem with subjective [survey] questions, however, is the possibility that attitudes may not “exist” in a coherent form. A first indication … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Pete Ashton’s FYPA.net

Alright so this is going to be some nit-picky bullshit because that’s what I’m training to do. A Doctor of Philosophy is a nitpicky asshole and eventually I’m going to have to prove to the world academy that I know … Continue reading

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