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Mario Maker: What We Want to See

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

In case you missed E3 2014, A new Wii U title named ‘Mario Maker’ debuted. This is one of the most exciting titles set to release early 2015.   483 more words

News

Inside the Avatar

An insightful post from the always insightful site, Polygon, discussed growing up with video games as a black man. It was personal and it was illuminatingly honest as the author talked about the obscurities of relating to the characters he controlled in numerous games. 924 more words

Interactivity

Is electronic mail ruining our lives?

As we become the network society that Bradwell & Reeves outline we can see that the effects are having dire consequences on the way that we blend our work lives and home lives. 347 more words

Communication

Lessons from Bannockburn

It’s ok, this is not a Scottish Independence Referendum blog post…

The National Trust for Scotland’s Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre  opened in 2014, the 700th Anniversary of the battle itself. 1,403 more words

Interpretation

The Brave New (Wired) World of Online Education

It is a brave new world, indeed, in which milk, cars, and spouses can all be acquired via the Internet. But for all our advances, the jury is still out regarding the most effective ways to teach online. 625 more words

Education

Transfer rumours, robot journalism and The Guardian: when it makes sense to put a poll BEFORE the article

Nice work by The Guardian (above) in their online reporting on transfer rumours: readers of each report are presented with a vote on whether they think the rumour is likely to be true  246 more words

Guardian

Give Us A Break -Top Posts And Top Blogs Are Not

I have absolutely nothing against blogs and posts from over the pond, they can be very entertaining. I do have angst about all  the so-called ‘top blogs,’  and about all the so-called ‘top posts’  on Word Press (WP) which are given a  link to visit.  172 more words

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