Hello sir/madam, There is a very important event coming on Tuesday, November 6. Many of you younger users may not give a flying fuck about this, but you should. I know the reasons why; you don’t think your vote matters, you’re only choosing the lesser of two evils, the electoral college is broken, they’re all […]Read More To: Social Media Users
Who else would pay five dollars to watch Joss Whedon and H. John Benjamin argue about (anything) for thirty minutes? Whedon On Romney – YouTube.Read More Rom-mummy is still funnier
Click through for the full comic. kate or die! // Sometimes I have the time and patience to get from….Read More An Excellent Webcomic
Sociological Images breaks down who makes the most from the recent uptick in the economy. Spoiler alert: It probably isn’t you. Click through for more analysis at the source. We Are Not All In It Together » Sociological Images.Read More Who Benefits from Economic Recovery?
This is a fantastic read, covering topics ranging from game theory to (potentially mislabeled) addiction cycles and the art of indie games. It’s a long enough article to touch on a lot, but not long enough to be anywhere close to exhaustive. Angry Birds, Farmville and Other Hyperaddictive ‘Stupid Games’ – NYTimes.com. I’ve seen […]Read More NYT Sam Anderson on Casual Games, Society, and The Rest of Everything
“…a long habit of not thinking a thing WRONG, gives it a superficial appearance of being RIGHT, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defense of custom.” —Thomas Paine, Common SenseRead More T-Paine
Legalize Everything – Einstein 2012 – YouTube.Read More Legalize Everything – Einstein 2012
I just ended an email to my family, prodded by a political article, with the sign-off: I love you all. I hope you’re well. I’m kinda a socialist. D I think I’m going to use that as my email signature for a while.Read More Kinda.
And now, the Kotaku piece that really got me thinking about this issue. It’s insightful and direct. The comment section is a horrific mangled slop that alternately defends the article poorly and argues against the thesis in such a way that the thesis is better illustrated. Nerds and Male Privilege.Read More Nerds and Male Privilege