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Why Elsevier is a Library’s Best Friend

The Scholarly Kitchen - January 09, 2018 4578

Elsevier is often thought to the be enemy of libraries, but Elsevier's practices have in fact improved libraries' situation, including lowering the prices for scientific article.


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Q& A: Applying cubism and minimalism to game design in AER: Memories of Old

Gamasutra - January 03, 2018 4244

Gamasutra discusses unexpected sources of inspiration and the challenges of indie marketing with the director of the striking indie game AER: Memories of Old. ...

Gamasutra's Best of 2017: Brandon Sheffield's top 10 games hidden in other games

Gamasutra - December 29, 2017 3974

"I'm talking about games tucked away within published games. Specifically I'm interested in games that have little to nothing to do with the games they're hidden in." ...


Gamasutra's Best of 2017: Brandon Sheffield's all-time top 10 games hidden in other games

Gamasutra - December 29, 2017 3972

"I'm talking about games tucked away within published games. Specifically I'm interested in games that have little to nothing to do with the games they're hidden in." ...


Weekly Jobs Roundup: Square Enix, Infinity Ward, and more are hiring now!

Gamasutra - December 28, 2017 3933

Game studios from Austin, Texas to Tokyo, Japan are hiring game developers, engineers, producers, and more right now on the Gamasutra Job Board. ...

Bethesda donates $100K to ESA Foundation to foster diversity

Gamasutra - December 08, 2017 2813

Bethesda has made a hefty $100,000 donation to the ESA Foundation's scholarship program to help get more women and minority students into games. ...


Why Independent Bookstores Work in the Age of Amazon

The Scholarly Kitchen - December 08, 2017 2811

The independent bookstore, once thought endangered, returns from the ashes.


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