The Pentagon’s professional military wargamers are in need of an infusion of younger and more diverse talent
How We Get To Next, Nov. 25, 2016 Continue reading “Wargaming Needs New Recruits to Save Lives”
On the Heightened Experience of Being Married
Medium.com, August 23, 2016 Continue reading “From the Road Trip Test to the Seven Year Itch”
A visit to North America’s biggest board game convention.
ShutUpAndSitDown.com, August 22, 2013 Continue reading “Review: GenCon 2013”
H.G. Wells’s century-old wargaming rules kicked off the hobby and helped spawn everything from tabletop RPGs to big-budget video games.
New York Times Sunday Book Review, May 3, 2013 Continue reading “Basic Training”
Stone Librande has made a one-of-a-kind board game for his kids every Christmas for the last 17 years.
Wired.com, December 21, 2012 Continue reading “SimCity Designer Lovingly Crafts Handmade ‘Christmas Games’”
An archive collects the invaluable outsider “art” that a generation of gamers created in their parents’ basements.
Wired magazine, October 2012 Continue reading “DIY Dungeons”
Almost all the promise once held by virtual worlds has since been realized by Facebook.
Wired.com/Opinion, May 30, 2012 Continue reading “How Facebook Killed the Virtual World”
Curvy Roads! Multiplayer! SimCity Or Dwarf Fortress? You Decide
RockPaperShotgun.com, March 28, 2012 Continue reading “A First Look At: SimCity”
It used to be the last word in youth culture. Now MTV is more about reality shows than rock stars. Can a virtual world of 3-D avatars help the network get its groove back?
Wired magazine, February 2007 Continue reading “A Second Life For MTV”