During World War II, the Nazis fueled children's enthusiasm for both their war effort and genocide partly by stocking toy stores with cheerful-looking but insidious board games. As budding potential members of the Hitler Youth rolled dice, they competed w...
Dinosaur click-bait: Is getting your attention more important than getting it right? - Shared from /palaeontologyThis is a community dedicated to all things palaeontological.2 participating
Monks with guns. Westerners think that Buddhism is about peace and non-violence. So how come Buddhist monks are in arms against Islam?Buddhism can be as violent as any other religion - Michael Jerryson | Aeon Essays6 participating
Family struggles to save pianist's music before Alzheimer's can steal it5 participating Great read about how game designers use architecture to tell part of the story, and how some in-game architecture relates to real-world architecture!4 participating How rich hippies and developers went to war over Instagram's favourite beach4 participating I felt this was a good piece about the overall situation in Russia and why, despite unfair and unhappy living conditions, the potential it has to develop into something more volatile is actually quite low.2 participating This makes a lot of sense. I'm at the "young" end of the "old Millenials" talked about in this article. While I acknowledge some bits of this (especially in growing up without cell phones and social media), I was still in college when the 2008 market cra...7 participating Readers and writers of science fiction.2 participating