Monthly Archives: April 2012

Bifo’s Ironic Ethics

I am an unabashed fan of Franco “Bifo” Berardi, especially when he is at the peak of his “grumpy older Italian man” kind of writing where he denigrates all technology in the name of a long-forgotten past. Ironic Ethics came to me … Continue reading

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Tim Cain’s GDC 2012 Talk: Fallout

I’m not sure who this post is for, really, but I think that someone might get some use out of it, so I am going to make it. Tim Cain, one of the design and programming leads on one of the … Continue reading

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Alan Moore Won An Award

I am always filled with joy when people win awards for works that I really enjoyed. Alan Moore won the first-ever Bram Stoker Award in the category of “Superior Achievement in a Graphic Novel.” That’s a long and pretentious title, … Continue reading

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Two Kinds of Video Game Death

There are two kinds of death in video games. 1. Halo death. This death is characterized by out inability to understand it or perceive it as death. In reality, this is your standard FPS kind of death, a “bang bang you’re … Continue reading

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