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He lives in a tree, doesn't wear shoes, and brushes his teeth with a pin...
Talk about living off the grid. About 25 years ago, Mick Dodge shed his shoes, grew his beard, and left modernRead More...
Alone is a horror game within a game for Oculus Rift - Destructoid
I've been daydreaming about the possibilities of survival horror games that use the Oculus Rift to further draw players into the experience.
Provocation: Futurizing Memory — Cultural Anthropology
“When I get pessimistic about the status of memory studies,” writes Andreas Huyssen, “I…suggest that there might…be an attack of the past on
38 Test Answers That Are 100% Wrong But Totally Genius At The Same Time
Now this is what I call thinking outside the box.
Nobel winner declares boycott of top science journals
Randy Schekman says his lab will no longer send papers to Nature, Cell and Science as they distort scientific process
I Respect These Female Heroes So Much More With Tiny Waists And Sparkly ...
What this artist did to some of the most pivotal women of the modern era is no joke.
Interview: Tim Ingold on the Future of Academic Publishing | Allegra
Interview: Tim Ingold on the Future of Academic Publishing. By Antonio De Lauri. “Tell me in what journal you publish and I will tell you wh
Kidnapped Teen Freed, Though Freedom Is Its Own Kind Of Prison, Is It Not?
BEDFORD, IN—The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Wednesday that Jessica Paulsen, a 15-year-old who went missing last month, ha
danah boyd | apophenia » Keeping Teens ‘Private’ on Facebook Won’t Prote...
My name is danah boyd and I'm a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, a Research Assistant Professor in Media, Culture, and Communicat
Papers and slides | The Philosophy of Computer Games 2013
Oct 2 Wednesday. Landscape and gamescape in 'Dwarf Fortress'. Paul Martin, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China. Paper (pdf). Boards. The
Twitter's Top 5 Accounts Are All in Japan — Here's Why
Twitter has serious staying power in Japan. And the culture is, in many ways, structured to support the service that relies on short, text-l