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Links 1 through 10 of 52 by Adam Kenney tagged culture

This article urges architects and urban planners to incorporate ideas from the open source movement in software.

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This article urges architects and urban planners to incorporate ideas from the open source movement in software.

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Wired Magazine tackles the phenomenon of steampunk. Can a New York Times article be far distant?

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Wired Magazine tackles the phenomenon of steampunk. Can a New York Times article be far distant?

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Pre-emptive nostalgia for the fast-fading "Web 2.0" bubble, in the context of the many Internet pseudo-revolutions that preceded it.

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Pre-emptive nostalgia for the fast-fading "Web 2.0" bubble, in the context of the many Internet pseudo-revolutions that preceded it.

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It is an understandable mistake to view games as texts or stories. Instead, they are a kind of simulation, uniquely identified by their rules. This oughtn't be held against them - we've been playing games longer than we've been telling stories.

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It is an understandable mistake to view games as texts or stories. Instead, they are a kind of simulation, uniquely identified by their rules. This oughtn't be held against them - we've been playing games longer than we've been telling stories.

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