Category Archives: Reviews

You kids these days

I listen to podcasts while I work out. I am far past the stage, both in life and in working out, where I need to get pumped up to get pumped up. So, instead, I’ll listen to The Moth, This

You kids these days

I listen to podcasts while I work out. I am far past the stage, both in life and in working out, where I need to get pumped up to get pumped up. So, instead, I’ll listen to The Moth, This

Hot Wheels have gone high-tech. When should we digitize playtime, and when should we just let it be? – NYTimes.com

What was your favorite game as a kid? Trouble? Sorry? Stratego? According to a New York Times blog, high tech versions of the board games of our youth are coming, and they’re flashes in the pan. Which I think they

Hot Wheels have gone high-tech. When should we digitize playtime, and when should we just let it be? – NYTimes.com

What was your favorite game as a kid? Trouble? Sorry? Stratego? According to a New York Times blog, high tech versions of the board games of our youth are coming, and they’re flashes in the pan. Which I think they

Let’s Have a Real Story: A Review of “Let’s Have a Picnic: A Touch-and-Feel Adventure” by Alyson Heller

Really, even a very cursory glance at world literature reveals that, from the dawn of time (and earlier, maybe?) mankind has relied on an essentially unchanged plot structure. Stories start with explication, build tension with rising action, resolve the big

Let’s Have a Real Story: A Review of “Let’s Have a Picnic: A Touch-and-Feel Adventure” by Alyson Heller

Really, even a very cursory glance at world literature reveals that, from the dawn of time (and earlier, maybe?) mankind has relied on an essentially unchanged plot structure. Stories start with explication, build tension with rising action, resolve the big