New Rule: I am NOT Going to Apologize for Crying.

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes WHAT? Where did that come from? I’m getting resource material together for a class I’m teaching on Digital Game Based Learning that starts next week. As long as I’ve been keeping this blog, some of the posts I’ve done have … Continue reading

“Audio without image crosses a wire in my brain.”

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes “Audio without image crosses a wire in my brain.” via Utilizing My Aversion to Phones • Another Passion. This is wonderful. And here I was thinking it was just me and my aunt. I have an aunt who doesn’t like … Continue reading

Having Conviction in Your Thoughts

Approximate Reading Time: < 1 minute Amid the unrelenting march into the digital age, we get this: The Digital Generation Rediscovers the Magic of Manual Typewriters – NYTimes.com. I like it. We have a whole generation of people who have probably never experienced a manual typewriter. … Continue reading

Is your approach to life more like a cat or like a dog?

Approximate Reading Time: < 1 minute I’ve often thought we could learn useful attitudes about life from various animals. I have learned a great deal from my dogs. I have learned for example, that I should always look carefully at the place I am about to … Continue reading

What, EXACTLY is the problem with getting to play the bad guy in Medal of Honor?

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes Video Games – In Medal of Honor, Role Playing Includes Taliban – NYTimes.com. Real live soldiers are dying for the cause of freedom (not to mention piles of innocent bystanders), yet having the freedom to play what you want and … Continue reading