[games_access] Peculiar article in NY Post Blog

d. michelle hinn hinn at uiuc.edu
Thu Aug 23 21:12:50 EDT 2007


Yeah, I can't say I liked it either. But I guess one way to think
about it is that it does help with the argument of the "right to fun"
and that there isn't just one measure of universal fun, that games
can be fun for all kinds of reasons.

But it also doesn't do a lot for the GA cause, as many will see this
as (1) accessibility issues don't exist and (2) all fault lies in the
user.

Michelle


><http://blogs.nypost.com/pgr/archives/2007/08/the_man_who_kil.html#more>http://blogs.nypost.com/pgr/archives/2007/08/the_man_who_kil.html#more

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>I didn't like this article, but I thought I'd forward it anyway.

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>Barrie

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