Games at Work: Participation, Procedure and Play
BARD COLLEGE — IDEA 135
Also! Attempted making a digi-clock and totally failed. Just thought I should mention that.
I can understand why people read more books back then. Besides being extremely exact–a single misplaced character renders the whole thing defective–there’s just so much you can do with this. In terms of experience, or entertainment, I didn’t find much in the VIC-20. However, the current reading of “Flow” assigned to us lines up perfectly with the VIC-20. I can see why people would spend hours on this thing. It’s hard to do, and it takes time, thus demands attention. A such it’s easy to just get lost in it, man vs. machine, just trying to get the next line to work.
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