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Artikel over Ian Bogosts Cow Clicker. Het Parool – 2 juli, 2011

Article on Ian Bogost’s Cow Clicker. Het Parool (Dutch daily) – 2nd of July, 2011

Stefan Keerssemeeckers

IMPERSONAL UTOPIA: Joanna Walsh's 'Hotel'

Joanna Walsh Hotel (Bloomsbury Books, 2015)

by Laura Waddell

Hotels are where our desires go on holiday.

Object Lessons is “an essay and book series on the hidden lives of everyday things”

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TCiW Gift Guide 2015 - Books

It’s the time of year when you’re panicking because you haven’t gotten a gift for that special someone in your life, and I’m here to tell you about five different books that you can buy for someone to make them have good/bad feelings while you have a sense of safety implanted into your being from having done a good job. 575 more words

Ian Bogost

I AM ERROR

Free review of Nathan Altice’s new book I AM ERROR, a groundbreaking contribution to MIT’s “Platform Series” initiated by Ian Boost (one of his books I have also reviewed… 10 more words

Ambiguity in Picture Books & Reaching Adults

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

Writing For Children

Correlationism and Ideologies of Rupture

The perspective considered in the previous post—namely, that all things are ontologically independent while nevertheless enjoying standing within the communion of beings—suggests that human beings do not enjoy a privileged… 1,108 more words

Object-Oriented Ontology

Gus van Sant’s Desert Golfing, or “Are 100 Hour Games Ever Worthwhile 2: Nihilistic Boogaloo”

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

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