Thursday, December 1, 2022
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Thursday, December 1, 2022


    Students use 3D printing to create model community for homeless people

    Ann Cameron Siegal THE WASHINGTON POST - As Alexandria Country Day School’s sixth-graders created miniature 3D printed villages to address homelessness, they learned lessons far...

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    A revitalisation of the old action-exploration formula

    Christopher Byrd THE WASHINGTON POST - Arguably, after Mario and Zelda, the most revered franchise in Nintendo’s stable is Metroid, the sci-fi series that follows...

    An art game for people who like adventure games, and vice versa

    Christopher Byrd THE WASHINGTON POST - Of the many games that have drawn inspiration from the Zelda series, few have enriched the formula like Sable,...

    Brisk battles and scenic splendours

    MD Rodrigues THE WASHINGTON POST - The most arresting video game environments of recent memory are those that evoke the serenity of the natural world....

    The Nintendo Switch OLED is sleek, vibrant and still not enough

    Shannon Liao THE WASHINGTON POST - The Nintendo Switch OLED model is coming soon, and even though it boasts a sleek design, has vibrant colours...

    Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram suffer worldwide outage

    Facebook and its Instagram and WhatsApp platforms were down across wide swathes of the world Monday. Facebook's internal systems used by employees also went...

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