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All Your Genre Are Belong to Us: A Study of Video Game Descriptions

Imagine a typical video game player, what comes to mind? Perhaps a college boy glued to a console all day and night. But “gamers”—people who play video games—are much more diverse than that. Game players range from preschool-aged children exploring shapes and colors to seniors playing word puzzles on iPads. 25% of gamers are under 18 and another quarter are ... Read More »

Metadata, Power & Domination: NSA Surveillance as a Threat to Liberty

Edward Snowden may not have changed the world, but he did help confirm some things we already suspected about U.S. intelligence gathering. The National Security Administration (NSA) has been conducting sophisticated electronic surveillance for quite some time, under a variety of programs authorized after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. Prior to Edward ... Read More »