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Short Post on the Early History of Console Cloning

I wanted to share a guest blog post I did for the Strong Museum of Play’s Play Stuff Blog during my summer fellowship there last year. The post entitled, Clones in the Archives: Console and Software Cloning Practices in the … Continue reading

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Sony is Offering a “Playstation Class” at a Korean University

“Hey kids, get off those video games and do your homework!” “But Dad! These video games ARE our homework” That’s the dream for many young kids, and it seems like that dream just may come true, at least for some … Continue reading

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Forbes Releases Their Choices for the Top 10 Powerful Women in Gaming Forbes released their list of the 10 most powerful women in gaming today. In an industry dominated by men, the 10 listed women are blazing new ground for … Continue reading

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Can Video Games Teach Young Girls To Be Rich? http://www.forbes.com/sites/jordanshapiro/2013/05/09/can-video-games-teach-our-daughters-to-be-rich/ These two articles came out in the last few days, and they examine how children’s gaming is gendered, and ask the question “what are games teaching or not teaching our … Continue reading

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