The Game Awards 2019 (Round-Up) — Daily Gaming Report

The Game Awards 2019 (Source: GameSpot) – The Game Awards happened tonight, December 12th, live from Los Angeles, California.  In case you missed it, The Game Awards streamed live on YouTube and was hosted by the show’s creator, Geoff Keighley.  The most notable moments include: The brand new Xbox console, Xbox Series X, trailer, The Muppets . . .”

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Bungie Explains Why Some Destiny 2 Eververse Content Costs Silver Only — Game Rant

“The microtransaction side of Destiny 2 known as Eververse has had a complicated history ever since it was first introduced in the first game.  Its addition post-launch and periods of time, especially at the launch of Destiny 2, when it felt as though really good content was locked behind its paywall among other issues have left many players feeling slighted by Bungie’s implementation of Eververse that has not always appeared very player-friendly. . . .”

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What Is Creativity? — The Art of Blogging

What is creativity?  It’s one of those deceptively simple questions.  What does it mean to be creative?  Well . . . create is a verb.  Creative thinking without execution is not creativity.  Also, I personally feel that true creativity results in something useful to others.  Something that either solves a problem, entertains, or helps us connect . . .

via “What Is Creativity? — The Art of Blogging.”

 

Declare Independence from the Corporate Duopoly! — Green Party of the ABQ Metro Area

Declare your independence from the corporate party duopoly! For a decade now, more registered voters in the United States have identified as independents than with either of the major parties. Depending on the polling or categorization method, this group may include minor-party adherents. Minor parties, e. g., Greens and Libertarians, often are included in a […]

via Declare Independence from the Corporate Duopoly! — Green Party of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area

 

Five Thirty Eight: “Why the House and Senate are Moving in Opposite Directions”

“At first, I was a little skeptical of the narrative that Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process could send the House and Senate moving in opposite directions.  Usually in politics, a rising tide lifts all boats — so whichever party benefited from the Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation would expect to see its fortunes improve in both its best states and districts and its worst ones.

But a House-Senate split is exactly what we’re seeing in the Five Thirty Eight forecast (Nate Silver, Five Thirty Eight, 2018).”

 

More on the Kavanaugh Allegations — ISCOTUS now

Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, and sexual misconduct claims against him, have continued to dominate this week’s news. When we left off last Thursday, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday, September 24, but had asked for a thorough FBI investigation prior to her hearing. Her request called…

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Kavanaugh Nomination Update—September 20, 2018 — ISCOTUS now

Amid the sexual assault allegations against Judge Kavanaugh, there have been renewed calls for the Senate to delay its vote on the nominee. Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein issued a statement on Sunday in which she expressed her “support” for Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who only went public with her accusations because…

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