“Mathematical expressionism”, a term invented by the Argus Gallery in 1961 to designate Edwin Tanner “the sole member of the class”, could well be the most useful approach to understanding the systems that govern our lives. 875 more words
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ONE-STAR REVIEWS—CAN YOU TRUST THEM?
The New York Times recently published the following article (click the link below to read it) entitled,
This is part four of a… way too long project to truly analyze every entry in the Final Fantasy series, both within the context of its time, but also in the here and now. 22 more words
This video is long overdue… not just from me, but from the gaming community at large. There’s been a lack of actual examination when it comes to Chrono Trigger, anything other than glowing praise is immediately stomped out, which does a disservice to video games as an artistic medium. 44 more words
It’s summer, it’s likely that any high school or college graduates who are planning to continue education in the fall have already applied to programs they were interested in, but before you drop tens of thousands of dollars on an ““education,”” let me make an argument. 1,064 more words
Constructive criticism is something any writer or aspiring author must learn to endure. Good writers not only endure it, they understand it is critical to the process of writing. 1,560 more words