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A Profile of Craig Stern, Indie Game Developer

An interview with and profile of Craig Stern, creator of the Telepath RPG series of Flash games. Read More »

Game Writing is So Bad, It’s Not Even Funny

Are games art? Not until they can find some serious writers, they aren't. Read More »

Book Review: The Lennon Prophecy – A New Examination of the Death Clues of the Beatles by Joseph Niezgoda

The Five Stages of the reader's feelings toward this author: 1. Disbelief 2. Contempt 3. Exasperation 4. Exhaustion 5. Anger Read More »

Playstation 3 Impressions: Killzone 2 Demo

Killzone 2 promises to be the PS3's killer app of 2009. Will it deliver in this early pre-order demo? Read More »

Atheists: The Last Minority

In the U.S., you can be president, even if you're black. Even if you're -- Wait, you're an Atheist? Read More »

PC Game Review: Defense Grid: The Awakening

I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and 'resources'. Read More »

Product Review: Universal PS2 to PS3 Guitar Controller Adaptor

Don't wanna buy a guitar controller again? You've come to the right product. Read More »

Book Review: Debunked! Conspiracy Theories, Urban Legends, and Evil Plots of the 21st Century by Richard Roeper

The vast liberal media conspiracy presents the book Debunked!, one the Illuminati actually want you to know about! Read More »

Book Review: Intellectual Property and Open Source: A Practical Guide to Protecting Code by Van Lindberg

Computers are still pretty young on the judicial time scale, but Intellectual Property and Open Source helps cut through the rhetorical Pablum of Legalese. Read More »

flickr

Flickr is a photo hosting Web site which grew from developments Ludicorp made for use in a Massively Mulitplayer Online Role-Playing Game called Game Neverending. The game was canceled, but the photo hosting service evolved to become a major pillar of Web 2.0, the Internet movement supporting collaboration and creativity. Flickr launched in February 2004, and since then it has ... Read More »