This book does a great job of taking a look at game design- from traditional games to MMORPG's to alternative reality games- for the interested computer scientist. I think anyone who regularly teaches would also appreciate this book. Fantastic job, it's already inspired me with various ideas on math games for kids. The only thing I would like for books like this are some cliff notes to help me remember what I've listened to.
Twilight didn't help me understand the female psyche but this book did. A must listen for all neuropsychs and writers. Really, it blew my mind- and I'm a guy so that's a good thing. However you must listen to at 1.5x speed or you'll go crazy- it's like they slowed it down to stretch out the length? Also, I was. Surprised by the author's lack of knowledge on genetics. Epigenetics has to do with RNA and other non-nuclear DNA not impressioning. That females' two x chromosomes does not influence phenotypes' demeanor since one is randomly discarded. But her neuroscience is strong even though she doesn't provide references for all studies. Overall still a must read given those caveats.
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