Jerz Interactive Fiction Screencast: My Teenager Plays My 2001 Competition Entry, Fine-Tuned

From a recent IFDB review by Peter Pears: Who else who write such a good game, with such engaging characters, such pleasant puzzles, such lovely writing, and then proceed to first release it in a buggy and incomplete fashion? Even today it’s not complete, though vastly superior to its first release – the last sections still have bugs, and the cliffhanger occurs just before what seems to be a final…

With historic losses looming, Postal Service launches new ad campaign – The Washington Post

And this is, apparently, the best they could come up with? FUD works when you have the advantage of power, or numbers… or, apparently, a still-hefty taxpayer-backed budget. “A refrigerator has never been hacked,” an announcer says in the first message as an actress pins a paper bill to her fridge. In the other ad, a smiling letter carrier is seen walking her route while an announcer reminds viewers that…

Seton Hill scales the ed-tech integration summit | eCampus News

Realizing that students today “interact with the world in radically different ways than previous generations,” Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pa., was one of the first schools in the country to give its students iPads after Apple introduced its iconic tablet computer last year. But it was Seton Hill’s vision for transforming education through the use of technology, and its focus on staff development to achieve this goal, that led…