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2017-09-14 (Thursday)



  1. frank lantz - don’t die

    Long interview that’s interesting on trying (and failing) to make videogames “serious”, the purpose and worth of learning about making games at university, having a shared basic knowledge of games history/culture/ideas. Needs editing.

  2. Nachrichten | DW

    Free daily world news podcast in slowly-read German. Great for learning.

  3. Louis Rossetto -

    Interview. For the bits about starting Wired. And Om Malil: “Discovering Wired was like finding my Rolling Stone. With Wired, I found my cultural context more than anything else.” Yup.

  4. Ceci n’est pas un blog - Autopsy of a slow train wreck

    Describing how the author shut their company and why they should have done it sooner. Good to read about mistakes.

  5. ‘Bring pencils’ and 49 other things hurricane pros know | Poynter

    Tips for reporting from a hurricane. Good internal “documentation” from the Miami Herald.

  6. ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Oral History: Larry David on Crazy Auditions, Art of Cringe | Hollywood Reporter

    I enjoyed this and would like to read more. Can’t be bothered to listen to a podcast for more though. (via Daring Fireball)