Author: davidtuchman

IN MEMORIAM: Harry Leslie Smith – 1923 – 2018

IN MEMORIAM: Harry Leslie Smith – 1923 – 2018

By David Tuchman and Ross Lopes Social justice activist, Second World War veteran and self-titled “world’s oldest rebel” Harry Leslie Smith died on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at Belleville General Hospital. Harry, lived in both the U.K. and Canada, had an extensive history of fighting for social justice. He ranted against austerity and believed that the world can and would become […]

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Paying to Play

Paying to Play

By David Tuchman Triple-A games are constantly becoming larger in every way, with better graphics, more open worlds, more memory and more replay value. Not surprisingly, these immersive behemoths are becoming more expensive. But unlike just a few short years ago, the costs don’t stop at purchasing the game itself. Rather, video game developers have created a way to continuously […]

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