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Always-online requirements are ruining mobile gaming

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Mobile game makers should learn from the past and make offline play available.
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The bright line between stealing ideas, pre-Internet and post-Internet.
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When music introduces a new technology

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How Jeff Mangum's bassist taught me about the Rogue Moog.
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That perfect 'Seinfeld' episode about cable companies

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Customer service from the cable company is a classic joke, and that's not funny.
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Companies: stop making your employees use tablets

Jul 10, 2014
The mobile revolution is nice, but it doesn't always mean progress.
Posted In: tablets, Tech, tablet sales, PC sales, technology, computers

Tech and train-hopping

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Sometimes technology aids our ability to be adventurous.
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Always-online requirements are ruining mobile gaming

Sep 18, 2014
Mobile game makers should learn from the past and make offline play available.
Posted In: gaming, digital rights management, DRM, video games, mobile, mobile games

The dangerous trio of twitch, streaming, and swatting

Aug 28, 2014
The same week Amazon buys Twitch, one of its users films a dangerous prank.
Posted In: swatting, twitch.tv, Twitch, gaming, video games
 

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