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Tag Archive: video games

Jul 17 2013

FtBCon – Ashley’s schedule

Life is always easier when you’ve got a schedule to follow.  So here’s mine for the weekend.  I am in on 5 sessions, talking about a variety of subjects from YA lit to video games, but all to do with media and culture.  Which is good because I have a degree that makes people think …

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Jul 06 2012

Book Summary: “You play like a girl” by Elena Bertozzi

She teaches, makes video games, and writes novels? I'm in love.

For one of my classes this summer, I had write annotations/summaries for several books.  I enjoyed many of them and I thought that the annotations might be useful for other people, so I will be posting them here.  They’re somewhat rough, but considering how much everyone loves when someone at FtB posts about feminism, I …

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Apr 25 2010

Roger Ebert vs. Video Games Cont’d

http://el-nicol.com/?p=60 My friend Nicol has an interesting post about the whole thing as well, so I thought I’d navigate any bored viewers in that direction.  She comes at things from a theater background rather than a film background.

Apr 22 2010

Video Games as Art

Poor Roger Ebert has created some sort of Internet Firestorm by claiming that Video Games aren’t art.  Everyone is pissed off at him, which is really quite silly.  But it’s interesting.  PZ Myers posted in agreement with Ebert, and now there’s extreme craziness over there as well.  Seriously, 3000 Comments at Ebert’s page and over …

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