Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Value Of Complaint: Ticketmaster, the ADA, and Standing Up For Your Rights

My wife really enjoys country music. Since I knew that before I married her, I’m not allowed to hold it against her (or so she tells me). One of her favorite events is the three-day Downtown Hoedown held in Detroit … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin and How We’re Missing the Point

Ever since the nation learned the name Trayvon Martin, we’ve been deluged with a torrent of questions about the circumstances of his death brought about by the presentation of pieces of evidence, frequently taken in isolation: Did Martin attack George … Continue reading

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World Down Syndrome Day: Why I Think Feminists Should Be Worried About Abortion Rights

Yesterday, 3/21, was World Down Syndrome Day, and it felt like time to make a post I’ve been wanting to make for a few days now but haven’t taken the opportunity to write out. If I’d learned about World Down … Continue reading

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Board Game Design Update: Alchemy, Ale, and Party Games

It’s been a while since I blogged about the projects I started developing as part of National Game Design Month, and as part of a plan to keep myself organized, it’s time to discuss some progress and mention a couple new … Continue reading

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