Games « you found me. I make alternate reality games: games that are designed to improve real lives or solve real problems. I’ve been making ARGs since 2001 — and you can watch trailers for a dozen of my favorite ARGs below. Many of my games challenge players to tackle real-world problems at a planetary-scale: hunger, poverty, climate change, or global peace, for example (see: EVOKE, World Without Oil, Superstruct). Others are simply designed to make players happier in their everyday lives — by dancing more, say, or by being kind to strangers (see: Top Secret Dance Off and Cruel 2 B Kind). And some have specific positive health impacts in mind: increasing physical activity, for example, or speeding up recovery from a concussion (see: CryptoZoo and SuperBetter). The biggest influence on my game design is the science of positive psychology. Most of the games I make aren’t like typical videogames that you can play whenever you want. SUPERBETTER (2012 ) The game that builds your real-life resilience. Like this:
Months+fruits+veggies in season Kitchen 101: Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs I’d be remiss if I simply focused on imparting technical knowledge in the Kitchen 101 series here at Chasing Delicious. I’d be downright neglectful if I didn’t talk about ingredients, particularly the biggest misconception about produce today: that it is naturally available year-round. Though you may be able to find just about every type of fruit, vegetable, and herb in the grocery store every day of the year, a majority of this produce is not in season. If you are buying strawberries in December, you are likely purchasing a fruit that was picked six months ago and stored in a climate controlled facility ever since. Or you are buying a berry that has spent the last few weeks in a shipping container as it treks halfway across the globe from somewhere in the opposite hemisphere. Time spent in transit or storage is not the only inflated aspect of buying produce out of season. Second, become good friends with some local farmers too.
Great Illustrations by Jason Levesque Jason Levesque, known better by the online moniker “Stuntkid”, is a self taught artist living in Norfolk, VA. Jason Levesque work borrows from his fascination with biology and the earth sciences. Stuntkid’s illustrations have been commissioned for use in comics, magazines and periodicals worldwide, from playstation magazine to german latex fetish magazines. Be free to contact Jason Levesque. By Jason Levesque Blerina Konci is one of the first publishers at B | Creative, who has contributed to build B | Creative.
Questionable Content: New comics every Monday through Friday Ah, the joy of working with good hardware. Today's strip is the first to be created entirely on my new G5 and with my new (shiny, silver) Wacom tablet. I can't say enough good things about working on an Apple computer. While I'm still learning some of the Apple-specific hotkeys, and I need to redo my automated Photoshop actions (and flesh out my color palettes a little more), it just feels . Tonight's strip is going up late (for me, anyway) mainly because I had to reinstall and reconfigure a lot of the stuff I use to make this comic. You'll notice I finally took down that damned broken TWC link and replaced it with a little "Made on a Mac" button. January is RStevens' birthday- people should email him and wish him a happy one. That is all for tonight, have a safe and happy New Year's and I will see you on Friday.
Husband banned from Target Husband banned from Target After I retired, my wife insisted that I accompany her on her trips to Target. Unfortunately, like most men, I found shopping boring and preferred to get in and get out. Equally unfortunate, my wife is like most women - she loves to browse. Yesterday my dear wife received the following letter from our local Target. Dear Mrs. Over the past six months, your husband has caused quite a commotion in our store.. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. And last, but not least: 15. Hope this made you laugh as it did me. Meet singles at DateHookup.com, we're 100% free! Brain Pickings Pictogram illustrations Brief: Create artworks incorporating Ray-Ban Aviators, to be published on Ray-Ban's official Facebook page. These pictogram portraits were a part of Ray-Ban's 'Aviator Family' campaign (#AviatorFamily). Graphic Design2014 Client: Ray-BanBrief: Create artworks that somehow depict iconic people and famous characters that have been wearing Ray-Ban Aviators. The portraits were to be displayed in the Sunglass Hut store in Covent Garden, London, from March to April 2014. Artworks by Viktor Hertz © 2014 Photos by Ray-Ban © 2014Advertising, Graphic Design, Illustration2014 Official poster for Uppsala International Short Film Festival 2013. www.shortfilmfestival.com. My contribution to the "Mind Blowing Color Competition".Digital Imaging, Graphic Design2010
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