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Serious games: The Great Flu

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

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Apertures Relating to the Common Hare 101

I’m very interested to see how you will connect postmodernism to conspiracy theories. I really don’t know much about postmodern theory, and I hope to understand it a little better by the end of the semester. I also would like … Continue reading

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His Horns, Her Wings and Several Genres

Saga¹ is, according to Dr. Delwiche, “a space opera about star-crossed lovers described by one reader as Star Wars meets Romeo and Juliet meets Game of Thrones.” I don’t believe that there is a more accurate way to describe this … Continue reading

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Exterminate the Humans!

I am what some would consider a video game “noob” – I have almost no knowledge of video games outside of Mario Kart and Need for Speed back during my Gamecube days. While delving into the subject of “serious games” … Continue reading

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Reptiles, Rothschilds, and Hillary Clinton, oh my!

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

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Looking Back to Pave the Way Forward

During the final course period, I think it would be fun to go over the Trysted Tinnitus reading, “So where are the reptiles?”.  I thought that reading was very interesting, and that it was very well written.  My favorite reading … Continue reading

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This Title is So… Postmodern

The syllabus says that “though our focus is primarily analytical, students who aspire to a career in the media industry can use this course to build their production skills.” For the final course period, I would like to discuss (even … Continue reading

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