We control so much from our devices, and yet feel so little control when zooming out and see the big picture.
Almost anyone can say something witty and amazing to an avatar on a screen. But what do you say to someone in person?
Working in cahoots with the government, financial firms offer the potential for a new hellscape.
Cooperative play's benefits.
His talk of sin and morality rings hollow.
An interview with John Rolf.
Getting around to games you missed.
The implications of Final Fantasy XV's canceled DLC.
My decision wasn’t political.
Speedrunners seemed to share my obsession with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Nintendo's masterpiece.
About those books I bought for my Kindle.
An interview with voiceover actress Maya Massar.
The trick is in what happens around the game.
Life is chaotic, unfair, brief, and futile.
With so many people vying to matter, almost no one does.
They’ll blame bans on machines.
Conversations we aren't having about tech.
It's drifting into an all-purpose pseudo-explanation for every phenomenon.
The Almost-Old Internet of 2003 was all garbage, just as our current Internet is.
Final Fantasy III wasn’t a video game, but an actual landscape I’d inhabited.
Facebook is too cheery.