Paste | The Joel McHale Show, Like The Soup Before It, Was Too Outdated to Survive

There could be many reasons why The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale was canceled, but regardless, it feels like the final nail in the coffin for a TV format that couldn’t compete with the instantaneous nature of online video sharing. It’s all a part of a brand that was best left dead, despite how good or entertaining the effort may have been.

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‘Tales From the Borderlands’ Knows the True Meaning of Masculinity | Playboy

I was struck, during a conversation I had at Indiecade, that the depictions of masculinity in videogames are just as stagnant as they are for women. There’s a hypermasculinity that … Continue reading ‘Tales From the Borderlands’ Knows the True Meaning of Masculinity | Playboy

The world of ‘Fallout 4’ projects Boston’s history into a post-apocalyptic future – BetaBoston

Probably the only reason I started to play “Fallout 4” was because of its location. It takes place in Boston. Where I’ve lived for the past seven years. I was … Continue reading The world of ‘Fallout 4’ projects Boston’s history into a post-apocalyptic future – BetaBoston

‘Bring your weirdness’ and other advice for women in technology – BetaBoston

During Hubweek, one panel caught my eye. Six female entrepreneurs in the Boston area talked about their experiences starting a business, the connections they made, and gave advice to a … Continue reading ‘Bring your weirdness’ and other advice for women in technology – BetaBoston

The 5 Best Games at This Year’s Boston Festival of Indie Games – Paste Magazine

Despite the loss of some big name studios, New England remains a hotbed for game development. My editor wasn’t sure about this but every year, I go to the Boston … Continue reading The 5 Best Games at This Year’s Boston Festival of Indie Games – Paste Magazine