In my day job I do a lot of teaching and a bit of game play. The gaming only happens when I can combine the two. Here’s an game I devised that game we use during a lecture on Quality Management. It’s called ‘The Pharmacist’s Dilemma’. I decided to experiment with videoing this talk as a […]Read More Learning to play. Playing to learn.
I spend a lot of my time in different communities – rich/poor; Muslim/Christian; science/faith; old/young – and so I’m always wondering what makes us all different. I think a community needs three key things, each of them built upon the previous idea. A community needs people or members. (That kinda goes without saying really!) The […]Read More Why judgement closes doors
‘And she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available for them.’ Luke 2:7 Okay, I know it’s a flowerbed not a manger, but you take my point. So this is it: Christmas Eve, the final day of […]Read More Undertale and Advent: Love in Broken Places
The third candle of Advent is ‘Joy’ or the ‘Shepherd’s candle’. For me that’s three great topics: The Joy; The Journey; and The Banned.Read More The Joy, the Journey and the Banned
Okay, first things, first: we’re all geeks here. So, before anything else, let’s ask ourselves: how would the Borg go about identifying the first Advent candle? With that all-important qualifier out of the way, Candle One-Of-Four is about HOPE … … and, in order to illustrate what hope might look like, I want to use Magic […]Read More HOPE, the first Advent candle: an MtG-player’s perspective