Skip to content

Category Archives: Learning Tools

Presenting Mr. Reed

I’ve already written a few posts about Inform 7: it’s a powerful tool for creating interactive fiction that has a very low cost to entry. But, it’s also very complex and DOES have a learning curve. Yes, you can make a playable game by compiling the single line of source text: “The Kitchen is a […]

Flashcards go digital

I’ve used flash cards for years, mainly while trying to tackle languages. The process of making the cards helps understanding the material better and breaks ground on committing the facts to memory. But, as the collection of flashcards grows, they start to become unwieldy. You end up with stacks of the things everywhere. A few […]