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Tag Archives: missing the point
Putting aside all my concerns about their privacy issues, it seems to me that they have an even greater failing to innovate in their design. They don’t understand peoples’ names.
Previously, I’ve talked about the Humble Indie Bundle, as well as the overalll folly of DRM solutions in gaming. Well, this week, the third major Humble Indie Bundle debuted with 5 more games, plus it was broadcast that Ubisoft’s next … Continue reading
In the course of my travels, I’ve met many people who like the status quo, who want change, who want just ‘anything different’. But I find it most amusing that amongst any community where change is needed, there is a … Continue reading
It’s amazing how well certain things stand up to the test of time, especially comedy. Comedy, for the most part, tends to be subjective, and frequently contextual – something is usually only funny when it’s in the right context, and … Continue reading
I live the UK, and one of our quaint little institutions is the long running sci-fi TV series, Doctor Who. It’s one of the most bizarre and successfully innovative series that I can think of, and it struck me today … Continue reading