Tag Archives: culture

Rich language: when words become more than letters

What's the difference between wireless communication and telepathy? Buttons.
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User centered education, and why you’re not an astronaut

As soon as something is relevant to what you're interested in and has a clearly defined purpose - not something intangible like "getting an A" - it's easier to learn and a hell of a lot more interesting.
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Wired for iPad: really exciting for advertisers, kinda meh for everyone else

iPad magazines are every ad creative's wet dream. Also, apparently, some kind of electronic magazine.
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History and science fiction: their powers combined!

In which Thea proposes making history class more interesting by incorporating light sabers and shit.
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Why everyone everywhere should have a camera (and no, it’s not to take pictures)

I got my first camera when I was about six. As soon as I looked through the tiny plastic viewfinder, something changed.
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The imagination mechanism

In which Thea makes sweeping assumptions about religion and human history. Again.
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The Experience Points Economy

Experience points are quickly becoming as valuable as real money. What happens when they exceed it?
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