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After reading a little more about serious games, I played The Great Flu a couple of different times. The first, I waited until people were infected before I did anything, so by the time it had started being contagious, it … Continue reading
I didn’t know anything about the Rothschild conspiracy theories, but reading into “House of Rothschild: No One Can Understand What Has Happened to the Planet Without Reading This” by Andrew Hitchcock, I learned a little more. According to Hitchcock, the … Continue reading
This class has not been what I expected, that is for sure. I don’t know exactly what I was expecting going in, but this class made me think in new and different ways. I think the most helpful aspect has … Continue reading
As far as decisions go regarding this project, it took me far too long to make the decision that I was going to do remake Tangled , change my mind a couple times, and then circle back to Tangled. There … Continue reading
For this blog post, I watched trailers off iTunes from Now You See Me, The Great Gatsby, We’re the Millers, The Internship, The Hunger Games, The Heat, Monsters University, and Man of Steel. I tried to get a wide range … Continue reading
In the panels shown here, Paul Cornell, author of Saucer Country, says that we are all “Forteans.” He was referencing the Charles Fort quote “One measures a circle beginning anywhere,” found in Volume 1 of Saucer Country. At this point … Continue reading
Three Days of the Condor, directed by Sydney Pollack, is a political thriller set in the early 1970s.