By Matthew Culnane

Etcetera #3 - Mental health & representation in video games



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Matthew Culnane
Matthew Culnane
Brrr. It appears to be Friday, again, so here are some things I enjoyed reading this week. As ever, each link is paired with something or some things from my bookmark archive. At the end are some recommendations of media that I’ve enjoyed listening to and playing this week.
If you like this week’s newsletter, you have several options: reply to let me know, forward to let a friend know, paint your appreciation on the side of your house. The choice is always yours.
See you next Friday.
Matthew (@coldbrain)

'A Short Hike' reflects my neurodivergence in a way that feels safe
Could the pandemic make the video games industry even more white and middle-class?
The Case for Semicolons
In Praise of 'Sandinista!': Why the Clash's Triple-Album Mess Is Also Their Masterpiece
Why keeping one mature street tree is far better for humans and nature than planting lots of new ones
Here are a few recommendations of things I’ve been enjoying this week.
This Foul Earth
Athens, France, by Black Country, New Road
Velocity Game
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Matthew Culnane
Matthew Culnane @coldbrain

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