As we prepare for the coming wave of next generation systems, we should be anticipating improvements on all the good things we associate with the current crop of systems. Moving forward we expect: better graphics, faster processors, more engaging games, you get the idea. But not everything that we’re anticipating will be a progressive movement… Continue reading The War on Used Games
Role-playing games are a very specialist type of game that really need a far greater attention to detail than other less immersive genres. As the computerized version of the genre took off there were a lot of money hungry companies who decided to storm into the genre without really trying to understand what the vital… Continue reading Secrets to an Amazing Role-Playing Game
The “Wikipedia problem” which means children turning to internet for readymade answers is the new age phenomenon baffling teachers and mentors globally. There are almost equal numbers of teachers who consider technology to be a solution as much as a problem. While a common belief is that technology is hindering the students’ capacity to think… Continue reading Digital Games And Kids – A Different Perspective
The gaming market is monstrous. Right now there are six consoles, three handhelds, and the ever present PC you can buy games for. That’s 10 different ways you can get your game on, so if you’re someone who doesn’t have the ways or means to buy all 10 platforms and every halfway decent game that… Continue reading The Top 5 Must Play RPGs for Every Video Game Console
In the last few months we’ve seen a lot of Health Care Reform rules and regulations being introduced by the Health and Human Services Department. Every time that happens, the media gets hold of it and all kinds of articles are written in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the TV network… Continue reading Health Care Reform – Busting The 3 Biggest Myths OfObamaCare
Though the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) has yet to classify the current economic slump as a “recession,” most commentators would agree that the economy is heading in that direction. Martin Feldstein, Professor of Economics at Harvard University, recently noted that, “we have been sliding into recession [and]…I think it could go on longer… Continue reading Recession – Past, Present, And Politics
We get our hair cut every 6 weeks, change the filters in our water systems every time the red light comes on, change the oil every 3000 miles, pressure wash our decks, rotate our tires. We take better care of our stuff than of ourselves . Why is it so difficult to get off the… Continue reading Why Don’t We Take Better Care of Ourselves?
In today’s age, where self-expression and self-exploration are celebrated more than ever, the “rose toy” stands as not just a device for pleasure, but as a symbol of empowerment and self-love. While its technological prowess and design are commendable, its deeper impact on society, especially among women, is worth exploring. This article delves into the… Continue reading The Rose Toy: Beyond Pleasure, A Symbol of Empowerment