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Random Shiny Objects - Issue #10

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Weekend reading! A lot of interesting stuff on US politics. But starting off with a really funny, dee
 

Random Shiny Objects

October 4 · Issue #10 · View online
Martin Walfisz distracted by games, technology and politics.

Weekend reading! A lot of interesting stuff on US politics. But starting off with a really funny, deeply insightful take on the intricacies of game design. And further down an important perspective on kids and screen time. Don’t miss it.
Also, if you have any random shinies that you think that I should share, don’t hesitate to let me know. :)

"Can the player open every door in the game?"
"Can the player open every door in the game?"
“The Door Problem” | Liz England
Seth Meyers expertly mocks Trump for being his own whistleblower on Ukraine interference
If Trump's Ukraine call isn't impeachable, nothing is (Opinion) - CNN
Republicans’ ‘No Quid Pro Quo’ Defense of Trump Collapses With Release of Volker Texts
Elizabeth Warren tops Democratic candidates in national poll for first time | US news | The Guardian
Opinion: Donald Trump is a walking punch line. Democrats need to learn that this is their greatest weapon - Los Angeles Times Opinion: Donald Trump is a walking punch line. Democrats need to learn that this is their greatest weapon - Los Angeles Times
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For First Time Ever, Scientists Identify How Many Trees to Plant and Where to Plant Them to Stop Climate Crisis
In defense of screen time – Björn Jeffery In defense of screen time – Björn Jeffery
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