Talks

Microcomputing: Me and the Masses

Tonight I am giving a talk at the Science Museum as part of their Ada Lovelace Lates event. It’s titled “Microcomputing: Me and the Masses” and an outline of the talk can be found below: The 1980s in Britain saw

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Microcomputing: Me and the Masses

Tonight I am giving a talk at the Science Museum as part of their Ada Lovelace Lates event. It’s titled “Microcomputing: Me and the Masses” and an outline of the talk can be found below: The 1980s in Britain saw

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“Gotta [feel] the beat!”: space, time and rhythms of play

Next week I’m flying to Bergen, Norway to give a keynote lecture at the Philosophy of Computer Games 2013 conference. I first went to the conference in Athens in 2011, and it was a great three days of conversations and

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“Gotta [feel] the beat!”: space, time and rhythms of play

Next week I’m flying to Bergen, Norway to give a keynote lecture at the Philosophy of Computer Games 2013 conference. I first went to the conference in Athens in 2011, and it was a great three days of conversations and

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Here be Dragons?

On the 14th March 2013 I will be giving an invited talk at the British Cartographic Society about videogames and maps. It is part of an event celebrating 50 years of the BCS, and is a day focused around the

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Here be Dragons?

On the 14th March 2013 I will be giving an invited talk at the British Cartographic Society about videogames and maps. It is part of an event celebrating 50 years of the BCS, and is a day focused around the

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