My friend Leigh has a chapter in an anthology of academic works on Harry Potter. Now I’ve stumbled across a collect of student essays from a class called “Games for the Web: Ethnography of Massively Multiplayer On-line Games.”
More smart writing frm 37signals: Jason Fried on why good software is simple software: Less as a competitive advantage and why functional specs aren’t helpful.
At last month’s BayCHI meeting, Alan Cooper of Cooper gave the best talk I’ve seen on software development, Ending the Death March. Unlike the rest of the BayCHI talks, this one wasn’t recorded or podcast. (Aside: please email BayCHI and Alan and ask them to make this available.) However, Allison at BayCHI did take good […]
On The Streets Of America 3: Americans on the street decide who/where we should invade next.
My friend Sonia, who works for a bunch of a libertarian think tank wrote an opinion piece for TechNewsWorld arguing for deregulation in telecom: Companies like SBC and Verizon were forced to share their lines with so-called competitors at below-cost, government-set rates. This type of policy is a disaster, not only because central planning was […]
On NPR’s This I believe: There Is No God: Believing there is no God gives me more room for belief in family, people, love, truth, beauty, sex, Jell-O and all the other things I can prove and that make this life the best life I will ever have. Richard Dawkins on Good and Bad Reasons […]
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