What is interesting about games?

I ask myself this question because after doing a lot of work (soon to be published!) on Portal I found myself in a bit of a lull when it comes to being reflective about my gaming experiences or doing games analysis. It might just be an understandable reaction to being done with an intensive project. […]

LOEX of the West Presentation Materials Posted

Thanks to m3mo, I just noticed that many of the conference presentation materials have now been posted at: http://loexofthewest2008.blogspot.com/ Mine aren’t up yet, but they are available here. I imagine that the HTML format of the Zoho Show slideware I used may toss a spanner in the works. Still, there is a lot of good […]

LOEX of the West Presentation Feedback

Since giving my presentation on Portal and student learning Friday, I’ve been reflecting on how the presentation went. I am guardedly pleased. I think my concept was good and my content were good and these are probably the most important outcomes for me. However, I did realize that if I’m going to give a presentation […]

on great apologies…

This post has nothing to do with games and little to do with libraries. I was washing the dishes this weekend while the 2005 film version of Pride & Prejudice played on the television in the other room. (The version with Matthew MacFadyen as Darcy and Kiera Knightly as Elizabeth) As the end of the […]