How I Became Gaming's Most Popular and Anonymous Photographer

I'm a very accomplished photographer. My photos have been in magazines, newspapers, textbooks, blogs, online videos, television and any other medium that you can think of. My work has been seen by millions and will be one of the most important resources for the history of video games. The only catch is that I'm almost… » 11/01/13 7:50pm 11/01/13 7:50pm

Cards Against Humanity Makers Donate $70,000 To Wikipedia

'Tis the season for giving, sure, but this is still a bit extreme. The makers of the obscene (and funny) card game Cards Against Humanity have recently shared the financial results of their pay-what-you-want holiday expansion. » 12/17/12 9:00pm 12/17/12 9:00pm

Aside from the Anti-Tank Dogs, the Xbox 360 Version of Wikipedia Sucks

What if Wikipedia cost $3 to read, wasn't updated, wasn't complete and was rated 3/3 on some scale that registers sexual content? Sold? What if it was on the Xbox 360? » 8/05/11 4:20pm 8/05/11 4:20pm

Remembering Old Man Murray, the Website That Rebooted Games Journalism

Our friends at Rock, Paper, Shotgun, the PC gaming partisans, uncovered a bit of a snarl in the Wikipedia page for now-primordeal gaming protoblog, Old Man Murray. An overzealous—or perhaps simply vindictive—Wikipedia editor had deemed the entry about OMM "unnotable" and fit for deletion. But within 24 hours, RPS had… » 3/04/11 10:50am 3/04/11 10:50am

Fifteen Minutes on Wikipedia is Like a Semester at Yale, if Yale was a …

Wikipedia and the Encyclopedia Britannica have been locked in a kind of cage match battle for relevancy ever since legions of high schoolers found the former was an excellent tool for half-assing term papers graduating on time research. One thing, however, that hasn't changed is the length of an article still means… » 7/05/08 1:00pm 7/05/08 1:00pm