I've been a dedicated reader of Kotaku for over 2 years now. Today, the video game blog posted this article that has nothing at all to do with Video Games
I'm fine with off-topic stuff, as long as it somehow relates to video games, internet culture, comics, etc. But this? Really?
Teenagers visit Kotaku. Do we really want them reading on how to purchase hard drugs online?
A growing body of research suggests that cellphones pose a variety of risks. Using them while navigating busy streets is risky. I can't count the number of times I have seen someone crossing a busy intersection with their head down, eyes glued to a cell phone. That is just dumb.
And so is driving and texting, but no one does that anymore -- right?
If cell phones do turn out to be related to brain cancer, it will likely be too late for many, and many will simply keep
Well hello everyone. It's May 31st, 2011, and three years ago today, I joined the Tactical Gamer forums. The story of my journey to TG can be found at y two year anniversary post. But boy, have things come a long way from there.
In the past year at TG, I became an admin, and joined the content development team and started TG Cast (which will be back soon!). It's been just a great journey with TG here, and I fell like I've always been here. So I'd like to say a few words to a
Wanda Shan AAR
Subject: West Turbine Interception
Situation: The battle for Wanda Shan is going well after a desperate fight nearly brought ruin to the PLA. The Russians have been pushed back to their last flag and victory seems only a matter of time for the People’s Liberation Army! The majority of the team is focused on the hard fought battle at the last Control Point when reports filter in that a possible FO was built far west of our current Control
The lead editorial from the New York Times today:
"Whatever you make of the wars in which those soldiers fought, whatever you make of war itself, their sacrifices are real and permanent. How death came to them, now or then, is something only they can know. We who have not been called to war, or have been lucky enough not to lose anyone dear, still feel the loss. These are things worth remembering here in the last blush of spring, the first flush of summer."