The game center gets a writeup at BBCs The World. My attention was caught a statement by one Jonas Schmidt:
“It was weird to think that there would be some sort of payoff for all of the hours spent,” Smith says. “You know, telling our parents this, but they didn’t believe us. They should see this.”
The depth of wisdom within this one sentence, not to mention its daring position on the issue of internal coherence, boggles the mind.
In one of the pictures my office mate can be seen hard at work doing basic research.
But seriously, it’s a nice piece. There’s supposed to be a companion webcast but I can’t seem to find a working URL.