Monthly Archives: April 2017

BenBella authors’ NYT op-ed: Video games aren’t addictive

Video games get a bad rap. Seen by some as the hobby of the aimless, stereotypically associated with lazy (or, depending on the source or recent current event, violence-proned or addicted) adolescents, the many benefits that video games have to offer are grossly underreported. 

Hence the plight of BenBella authors Patrick Markey and Christopher Ferguson to set the record straight in their new book,  …

Continue Reading the post 

“Making a Murderer” attorneys face off on Dr. Phil

There’s a good chance you are one of the millions of viewers riveted by Netflix’s original true crime series Making a Murderer, released in December 2015. If so, there’s also a good chance that you walked away from the show with the popular opinion that Steven Avery was wrongly convicted of the murder of Teresa Halbach, …

Continue Reading the post