Yes Mr. Ebert, Games Are Art – SPOILERS -

Recently, there’s been a lot of hullabaloo about the assertion of Roger Ebert, perhaps the greatest living film critic in the United States, that video games could never be art.  I won’t go into details here but you can read it on Ebert’s website at http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2010/04/video_games_can_never_be_art.html. I wanted to avoid commenting on this because I […]

Cormac McCarthy, Run-On Sentences, and Quotation Marks

With the introduction of the Kindle for iPhone, I’ve finally taken the opportunity to read Cormac McCarthy’s No Country for Old Men.  I have loved the movie, even though I missed it an theatres and wanted to how close the movie stuck to the novel.  Needless to say, I was not disappointed.  No Country for […]

iBooks Announced for iPhone

And the good news keeps getting better. As reported by Macworld.com, the iPhone OS 4.0 presentation today announced that the iBooks app, available on the iPad since its launch, will now be available along with the iBooks Store on the iPhone.  As quoted by Macworld, this means that In another borrowed feature from the iPad, […]