Computer literacy is the ability to use computers efficiently and effectively.
I have fond memories of growing up in the 1990s, when our whole family – Dad, Mom, and boys – would gather around the computer after dinner to play Myst, followed by its sequels Riven and Exile. Like going on an exciting adventure, this was something that we all looked forward to doing together, each […]
By Chris Yust, Homeschool Programming, Inc. In this highly technological age, you may find that your children spend quite a bit of time on the Internet! They may be working in online classes, researching topics for papers, updating their social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter, or just surfing the web. Regardless of what your […]
…by Emily Playing computer games will be near the top of any teen or pre-teen boy’s list of favorite pastimes. There is something for everyone, whatever their skills or hobbies, whether they play with friends or alone. From car racing and football to puzzle solving and action-packed adventuring, there is virtually no limit to the […]
by DuneJumper If you like physics, creativity, and building things, you will like this game! Garry’s Mod (aka Gmod) is a first-person sandbox physics game that’s more like a whole playground, there’s so much stuff you can do. Gmod was originally created by Garry Newman, an amateur C++ coder living in Britain, as a free […]
By Andrew Epps I find Diablo3 deeply troubling. On the one hand, it’s a blast to tear through the beautiful isometric environments and it feeds my nostalgia for Diablo2. On the other hand, it crushes any and all enjoyment under the weight of bad game design, poor story writing and a development team that apparently […]