Author Archives: mballest

Online gamers

In this opportunity I’d like to write about something that really caught my attention while surfing in the 9gag website I was telling the other day. I ran into this post called “the videogame entertainment curve” and it attempts to … Continue reading

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9gag: not just for boys anymore

Since we were discussing about cyber feminism these past weeks, I found interesting to make a post about this phenomenon which I particularly have noticed that it has been increasing in a website that I frequent a lot. Many of … Continue reading

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