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Last summer, my nine year old and I – with our new, 7 month-old puppy alternating between laps, my father’s ginormous, 80 year-old, wooden, Penn Yan canoe strapped up top, and a rented U-haul trailer in tow – drove from St. 575 more words
Justin Keever | July 10, 2015
The most important piece of criticism about Justin Smith’s Desert Golfing wasn’t actually about Desert Golfing. Nope, the best article I’ve ever read about Smith’s critical darling was written almost three years before the game’s release by Michael Thomsen, who… 4,011 more words
Bogost is something akin to a video game designer by day and an object oriented crime fighter by night.
Bogost’s take on the decentering of human access comes in the form of what he advocates as “Alien Phenomenology”. 92 more words