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With the majority of IT programming students just doing their own thing in the classroom at Kaplan University, David DeHaven – the dean of the university – wanted to change that, and find a way to improve student engagement and have them work more...
In TouchTone, you play an NSA analyst, alternatively solving simple geometric puzzles and scanning peoples’ emails for national security threats. The puzzles are fun, but it’s the stuff in between that’s really interesting. The game presents a simple, stylized take on the job, to be sure, but it can be a powerful experience nonetheless. As you’re trying to decide whether a particular message is pertinent to national security, you can’t help but feel in a very visceral way the queasy ambiguity at the heart of state surveillance.
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