Looking back at Sony’s “conference without a console,” and what it means in the new battle for your entertainment dollars.
It all began with a lighthouse in the ocean. When the original BioShock was released in 2007, gamers ventured into a decadent underwater society and drew out its dark undertones. We were left with maddening questions on the perspectives of man, the illusion of free choice and the relentless pursuit of personal success. BioShock lives … Continue reading
Last year, the debaters at Intelligence Squared tackled the topic of closed-mindedness in online political communication. Coincidentally, this is also something I’ve been studying in my Masters program on strategic communication. Here are my thoughts on the subject, which are admittedly open for reinterpretation as new data is discovered:
Update (2/18/13): With news that the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is back in Congress, it’s worth revisiting the battle that arose after lawmakers last attempted to regulate Internet activity. This is my post from January 2012, detailing the benefits and detriments to Internet security legislation. ——- While Congress nears the end of its holiday break, … Continue reading
Starting a new project here, and I invite you all to listen. I’ve put together a ten-minute podcast to cover some of the topics I’ve raised on this blog. I may make this a recurring thing, but for now it’s a nice experiment. Have a listen!
Click here to see more photos. Protesters from Take Action Minnesota and the OccupyMN movement marched across downtown Minneapolis Tuesday, hoping to bring their message to large banking corporations like Wells Fargo and US Bank. Around 100 people participated in the march, which briefly entered the Wells Fargo Center before being asked to leave. Check … Continue reading
I was asked on to the Davis and Emmer morning show to discuss recent news in technology, with sometimes hilarious results. Have a listen: On Facebook, TwinCitiesNewsTalk.com and Cyber-Bullying: On Apple, Steve Jobs and Virtual Machines: