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Video: Man juggling buugengs / s-staffs

The coolest thing you might see today… You can buy buugengs from the juggling store! You have to grow your own dreadlocks, though. They don’t come with.

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Damsel in Distress: Part 1 – Tropes vs Women in Video Games

The first video from Anita Sarkeesian’s kickstarter project “Tropes vs. Women in Video Games” is up and running, covering the “Damsel in Distress” trope. You might remember that when Sarkeesian started this Kickstarter project, there was a huge surge of

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Weekend Update – My Fair Lady, Roller Derby and Canasta

Stephanie and I went with our friend Elizabeth to Bloomington, Ind. this weekend to visit Joe and see My Fair Lady performed by the Cardinal Stage Company at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. I’ve never seen the show onstage; I’ve only seen

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The resolution is great, though

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Health Month: A Social Network Game

A social networking game based around improving your health. Play with me. I’m electrasteph as always.

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links for 2008-03-15

SF0 SFZero is a Collaborative Production Game. Players build characters by completing tasks for their groups and increasing their Score. The goals of play include meeting new people, exploring the city, and participating in non-consumer leisure activities. We (tags: urban

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links for 2008-02-25

GOOD READ GAMES + It Was A Dark & Stormy Night Definitely want this, but can’t bring myself to spend the $50 right now. Cool board game for literature geeks (tags: games gamesBoard)

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links for 2008-02-24

Bow Street Runners (tags: flash gamesOnline) clueboard (tags: gamesOnline)

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Pack Rat

my utter lack of blogging lately has been entirely due to playing a Facebook game called pack rat. It’s a card trading game and is completely addicting. I’ve completely neglected numerous obligations to friends and household maintenance due to this

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Weekend Update: 2008-01-06

Dunno what my last journal entry covered, so let me start at the top – we rang in 2008 at the traditional party at Dan and Doug’s, which is always fun and pretty low-key, and thankfully a few blocks away

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Rumor: Katamari for Wii?

The rumor is flying on all the gaming sites out there on the interweb tubes, but the article has been pulled from the original source: Beautiful Katamari is set to be released in the USA on October 17th for $39.99

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Video Games I’d Love to Play

I’ve picked these up several times in the store, but they’re PC games, and I have a Mac, so I haven’t bought ‘em. I wish they made more games like this for the Xbox — I tend to not be

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Video Game encouraging killing gay people

A description of the new “Left Behind” video game, based on the series of books, the game will be release in October 0f 2006, just in time for Christmas. The synopsis is from the “Talk to Action” website. The game

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2006 ICAAN Scavenger Hunt

2006 ICAAN Scavenger Hunt

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Destroy All Humans

EB Games finally had the Xbox game “Destroy All Humans” on sale used when I went in there this weekend, so I got it. It’s loads of fun. You’re an alien tasked with invading the planet earth and gathering human

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Pillow Fight Club

More public game ideas — Pillow fight Club is where strangers arrange to get together and have a giant pillow fight, with some specific rules: Tell everyone about Pillow Fight Club. Tell everyone about Pillow Fight Club. Turn up at

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World of Warcraft and GLBT Guilds

Interesting… Blizzard Entertainment, the company that produces the World of Warcraft MMORPG is penalizing players for identifying themselves as gay in the game, saying that they are doing it for the “protection” of gay players: While we appreciate and understand

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Graphic Artist Ian Albert

Ian Albert is an awesome graphic artist who has some interesting hobbies – like constructing huge maps of game worlds by grabbing screen captures. I was fascinated by Super Mario world, which I played with my old roommate back in

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Public Games and “Design Your Own” Games

This improv group gathered a bunch of people, had them stand in the windows of a large commercial building and do a dance routine to entertain people in the park below. Then there’s the Zombie Village Playtest, created by Avant

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DIY Chess Figures

Site that tells how to build your own chess figures out of Nuts and Bolts. Quite a while back I saw a chess set in the background of a TV show that was a chess set made of different sizes

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Melissa Etheridge and other cool stuff

My friend Amy gave me Greatest Hits: The Road Less Traveled by Melissa Etheridge a few weeks ago. I’ve been listening to it, but didn’t get around to paying attention to some of the new tunes on it until this

Posted in Culture, Games, Monkeys, Movies, Music, Television

King Kong Day 1

I should blog about last night’s city-county council meeting, which I attended to view the introduction of Proposal 622 to amend the Human Rights Ordinance. But I’m too excited to do that because the King Kong game for Xbox is

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This game is so addictive

Check out this online game Called Sobics School.

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Dance Dance Revolution

Oh, I forgot to mention that Stephanie and I got out the Xbox game Dance Dance Revolution for the first time this Sunday and played it. I am an uncoordinated dork, but it’s incredibly fun. Hopefully the more I play

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The Game

Another fascinating public-space game.

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