Waypoint's Austin Walker talks with Jeff about what it's like creating Vice's guide to gaming from the ground up, the culture shock of appearing TV, visions of solar eclipses and the future.
Forests feel like a place of great stillness but dig deeper and there’s a hidden world beneath your feet as busy and …
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What was your favorite video game of 2016? We asked 23 of the smartest people we know–game designers, podcasters, YouTubers, journalists, a screenwriter, a playwright–and got 19 answers.
Counting Chris and JJ, that’s 25 people and 20 games in our second annual GOTY Podcast Spectacular. Plus, intense disagreement about the merits of “The Last Guardian.”
STARRING, in order of appearance:
Jason Concepcion & Ben Lindbergh, hosts of Achievement Oriented;
Chris Remo, Idle Thumbs host and Campo Santo developer;
Austin Walker, Waypoint editor-in-chief;
Carolyn Petit, Feminist Frequency writer;
Nina Freeman, “Cibele” designer and Fullbright level designer;
Theresa Duringer, founder of Temple Gates Games;
Adrian Chen, staff writer for The New Yorker;
Jon Lovett, a Keepin’ It 1600 host, screenwriter, and former speechwriter for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton;
Stephen Totilo, editor-in-chief of Kotaku;
Susan O’Connor, writer for games like “BioShock,” “Gears of War,” “Far Cry 2,” and “Tomb Raider”;
Virginia Heffernan, author of “Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art”;
Clive Thompson, a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, a columnist for Wired, and the author of “Smarter Than You Think: How Technology Is Changing Our Minds for the Better”;
Anita Sarkeesian, founder of Feminist Frequency;
Lucy Prebble, playwright of “The Effect”;
Meg Jayanth, writer of “80 Days”;
Helen Lewis, deputy editor of the New Statesman;
John Davison, Glixel general manager;
Gabriel Winslow-Yost, assistant editor of The New York Review of Books;
Jason Killingsworth, writer for Riot Games and co-author of “You Died: The ‘Dark Souls’ Companion”;
Brett Douville, lead programmer for “Skyrim” and “Fallout 4” and Dev Game Club host;
Simon Parkin, contributing writer for NewYorker.com and author of “Death By Video Game”;
Laura Hudson, writer for FiveThirtyEight, Wired and Slate
NEXT WEEK, WE HOPE:
Ronan Farrow: What I Play
Chris in The New York Times on “The Witness” and “Quadrilateral Cowboy” as his most anticipated games–of 2014
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It's no secret that cyber security is a hot field, with many more jobs available than qualified workers. So what's the best way to become one of those qualified workers? In this CyberWire special edition, we look at some of the available options in cyber security education, we speak to the people who are teaching and designing the classes, and examine the creative ways people are trying to prepare the next generation of cyber security professionals.
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Hey Folks. It’s time for some Sword & Sorcery action with Epidiah Ravachol Swords without Master. So sword up as we go on an adventure of roguish proportions. Time Stamps 0:56 – What’s Going On 12:48 – In Depth – Swords without Master 1:02:47 – Social Media Depository Adam Kobel’s Office Hours http://www.adam-koebel.com/office-hours/ 1:12:04 – Podcast Round Up Adamantine Heart http://kieranstrange.bandcamp.com/album/adamantine-heart
Where to begin…? Austin Walker. No Man's Sky. Mafia III. Taylor Swift. Carbon Dioxide. The Witcher 3. Quantum Break. Cool Dudes? Garbage Plates. Trent Reznor. Science. Complex Motives.
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