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Monthly Archives: August 2014
The notion that the “gamer” identity is ending is one Ian Bogost draws upon in his How to Do Things with Videogames (2011), and Patrick Jagoda gestures toward it in his work as well. Luke Plunkett has an article at Kotaku, “We … Continue reading
This is a topic that I’ve come across, and is one I can relate to. I wanted to see if anyone else has had a similar experience, and if you think it is a problem. The internet encourages skimming through text, … Continue reading
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