James Portnow has yet another good article on Next Generation, this one about sex in video games.
Do you know what geocaching is? I didn’t, either, until Russ Pitts explained it to me. I’ll wait while he explains it to you, too.
Do you remember those math (or logic, and later physics) problems in school where there was a short paragraph of explanation and you had to figure out what the actual problem was before you completed it? And they always used to throw in some irrelevant information… well anyway, I’ve just thought of this one (the answer is at the bottom of the post): Continue reading A Word Problem
The CEO of McDonald’s UK, in an interview with the Times Online, linked rising trends of childhood obesity to video games. Technically, it’s an ad hominem fallacy to discount his conclusion; the kettle may actually be black (or, if not, maybe it is named “Black”). But that doesn’t mean we can’t laugh.
Karma is something I think many people misunderstand. Some see it as a sort of prison, a never-ending cycle of pain inflicted and received. To others it is about getting in the final word, some kind of cosmic justice. But it is neither of those things.
Here is possibly the best Year in Review write-up you will ever read today (if you read it today).
I played through the demo for Kingom Under Fire: Circle of Doom (KUF:Call of Duty, or KUF:CoD, or, KUF) last night. Well, I think I played through most of it… I did the forest area you start in until the boss you can’t fight, but I noticed the option to travel to different areas and never took the opportunity. Also, I only played as one character whose name is spelled “Leinhart,” I believe. So, my current thoughts about it…