Memory Map

21 Feb 19
The Bonus World

Eastshade is an ambitious game that has a lot of interesting ideas that I’d like to see fleshed out, but all the ambition in the world doesn’t cover up it’s glaring flaws.

21 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

I had a child before I met my fiancée and had a second daughter. The father of my elder is not in the picture and my great fiancé has taken her as his. To the point that he often forgets that she is not his genetic offspring. We were at a holiday party in his […]

21 Feb 19
✧ Frankie’s Mad World ✧

Hi all, I’ve been thinking about doing monthly favourites for a while now and as I missed last months, I thought I’d do both January and February together. I’ve purchased so many cute items the past couple of months since switching up my bedroom and treating myself to some new clothes so I thought I’d […]

21 Feb 19
PastToPresentGenealogy

For me family history is more than a series of names and dates. I want to try paint a picture of my ancestors lives, their wider family network, the times in which they lived and the communities which shaped them. For many, records are the only way to build up this picture. For others their […]

21 Feb 19
N.W. Twyford

Not every hike is a Hike. Sometimes they’re just a long walk. Over the years there have been several attempts to get hikes going that have ended in failure, and several which were never intended to be more than they were. Some of these ambles are note-worthy (to us, at least,) so John and I […]

21 Feb 19
Heavy Music Headquarters

This week’s reviews include releases from Abyssic, Booze Control, Carmine Appice, Cold Colours, Dead Witches, Delain, Last In Line, Minors, Nasheim, Oculum Dei, Opprobrium, O.R.k., Pounder, Rhapsody Of Fire, Sanhedrin, Traveler, Vimur, Visions Of Atlantis and Walls Of Blood. The ratings are on a 5 star scale. Abyssic – High The Memory (Osmose) Abyssic contain […]

21 Feb 19

Notes taken from “Concept mapping, mind mapping and argumentmapping: what are the differences and do they matter?” by Martin Davies Concept mapping: software enables the visual display of information, concepts and relations between ideas (Understanding the information, too, by manipulation) Before, we had flow charts, pie charts on paper Useful because if students can manipulate […]

21 Feb 19
Anita around

I am sure, you have heard about Warsaw, Krakow, or Zakopane. But what do you know about Lodz? Before I was checking cities to go for my exchange semester, honestly, I had no clue, that a place like this exists. I have lived there for approximately 4 months, from September 2017 until February 2018 (a […]

21 Feb 19
Prajna's Blog

In today’s seminar class, we took our time to complete our chapters and edit them to give the necessary touch-ups and complete our booklet of our dream city. We were then asked by our faculty Ms.Kanika to reflect on our writing process and study our stories and how the things in our lives have influenced […]

21 Feb 19
Acme Gaming Zone

Summary: The tactical destruction introduced in the first Bad Company was taken to new heights in the sequel, and players could now take down entire buildings or create their own vantage points by blasting holes through cover, thereby delivering a unique dynamic experience in every online match. With a tight single player campaign and a massive […]

21 Feb 19
Butters The Bean

    I was lounging on the couch watching Catflix when this bright light filled the room. It was coming from the window, so I got up to see what it was. I was expecting to see a car with its headlights on, but the light was so bright I couldn’t see. I pulled my curtains […]

21 Feb 19
Aplus Writing

I am soon approaching another birthday. I tell myself inside my head I don’t care what my chronological age is. Personally, I go by my abilities to think young and act as such. Along with birthdays, sometimes comes memories, good and bad. The good ones are the healthiest to think of. I imagine Mt. Everest, […]

21 Feb 19
Tech Leak

This is it, the moment we’ve all been waiting for, it’s the unveiling of the Galaxy Fold. Yesterday at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium Samsung held this year’s Unpacked event and it is one for the history books. Along with the Galaxy Fold Samsung showed off their new line of Galaxy phones the S10, […]

21 Feb 19
The Ancient Gaming Noob

Following on from the previous EverQuest post, I arrived in the main area of the tutorial.  It was time for it to teach me a few more things about the game.  There was a list of people to speak to… to hail, in the parlance of the game… who would in turn instruct me in […]

21 Feb 19
AREA Chicago Archive

Love Over Fear: A Lesson in Community [This text was originally published in AREA Chicago #5 in October 2007] Upon my arrival to Chicago, a friend drove me through Cabrini Green. He explained its infamy, as well the city’s plan to demolish the decrepit public housing and turn the area into a mixed income community. […]

21 Feb 19
Doubting Mustacio

P&O (the “Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company’) has had enough of Brexit. Oh, yes! So troubled is it by the threat of Brexit to its business that it is reflagging its ships. They will  no longer sail under  the UK’s ‘red duster’ (aka the red ensign), but under the Cypriot flag. This means, among other […]