Football Manager Handheld 2015 - Apl Android di Google Play
Requires internet connection to install.Football Manager Handheld 2015 (FMH15) is the latest release in the best-selling, award-winning seri
Reading Lives, Episode #26: Guy Gonzalez | Book Recommendations and Revi...
My guest this week is Guy Gonzalez. Guy is a writer, poet, and journalist. We talk about Dungeons and Dragons as practice story-telling, buy
DC Comics' New 52 Edges Towards Landmark 52nd Cancellation
ComicsAlliance surveys the current state of DC Comics' New 52 superhero line, which has seen 47 titles go by the wayside since launching thr
The final years of Irrational Games, according to those who were there
The employees were shocked.
I Am Changing How I Use Social Media: MORE Social, LESS Media
I have been changing how I use social media, and want to talk a bit about the ethos I am trying to keep as the center of it: MORE SOCIAL, LE
The Dramatic Makeover of New York's Streets Under Bloomberg
Car-choked areas transformed.
NYCC: Griepp's White Paper Report Gives Comics Industry a Gold Star - Co...
NYCC: Griepp's White Paper Report Gives Comics Industry a Gold Star - After a bumpy 2012, comics sales are up this year, thanks to a variety
"America, where you can’t forget where you are. But it was a good-natured laughing, since we are of divided loyalties. There may have been a note of envy in there, too. What would it be like to be a person who put up a flag? Which flag would we put up?"
Reading Mara's thoughtful essay made me realize that one of the reasons I've never really connected with soccer is, like college football in NYC, it's a secondary sport in the US, and my ties to countries where it's a big deal are tenuous at best. I've never been a rah-rah "USA! USA!" type, but adopting another country feels like the worst kind of sports carpetbaggery. cough*Yankeesfans*cough*Heatfans*cough
But the stars have clearly aligned this year and the World Cup has my attention for the moment, from a number of different angles. There's no question that a soccer game can deliver the kind of sports drama I really like, and few sports are as fun to watch in public settings, so while I'll probably be that guy picking teams based on word association, uniform colors, and/or good old contrarianism, this just might be the year I finally "get" it.
Insightful look at what went wrong with DC's New 52 PR stunt, and the subtle differences in Marvel's approach to similar challenges.
Public school population shift, 1968-2011: Hispanic, +495%; black, +19%; white, -28% (aka, White Flight)
"For black students, the South now is the least segregated section of America." (So much for the "liberal" North and post-racial America.)
Many of the best schools in the U.S. are public schools, but that's rarely mentioned in the push to charters and privatization. Also ignored: economic segregation. Gentrification basically boils down to your grandparents fled integration; you returned for cheap rent, had kids, and NOW you care about school reform. GTFOH.
"Many members of the children’s literature community clamor for greater diversity but remain silent when another Black teenager is shot down. They cling to the fantasy that white supremacy has shaped every U.S. institution except the publishing industry. Like racism in police forces across this nation, racism in publishing is cultural and systemic; the problem cannot be solved merely by hiring a few (more) people of color."
My favorite mode in Titanfall, it's the best fit for my playstyle which leans more towards strategy and stealth than run and gun. It's also the one mode I can hang in with more experienced FPS players.
- Goal One - Tim Howard
- Star Wars: Commander
Guy LeCharles Gonzalez is an old/new media pragmatist. Sometimes loud, formerly poet, always opinionated.
Professionally, he’s worked in the publishing industry for over 20 years and is VP Audience Development for The Reading Room. Prior to that, he was the Director, Content Strategy & Audience Development for Media Source, Inc.’s Library Journals, LLC, and was the founding Director of Programming & Business Development for Digital Book World. He’s also the co-founder The louderARTS Project, a published poet and journalist, and former National Poetry Slam champion.
Personally, he’s a father, husband, writer, reader, poet, gamer, runner, long-suffering NY Mets and [former] Jets fan, recent New York Red Bulls convert, and prefers IPAs and good bourbon above all others.