Sebastion Williams's Blog
A clinical therapist for twenty five years and lifelong gamer, Sebastion Williams is a strong advocate for the positive aspects of interactive media. When he's not managing a team of community-based crisis therapists, entertaining/educating his family or playing, he maintains the In Defense of Mental Wellness and Interactive Media Reference Bureau blogs.
Me, OnLive and my underpowered Pentium D PC
A candid opinion about learning standards in video games and fun in education.
A follow-up to "Drop the Prozac, Pick Up a Game" to recognize that video games can be designed and tailored to effect change, growth and development.
Sebastion Williams's Comments
[Blog - 12/19/2012 - 09:05]
[News - 08/31/2012 - 03:20]
Extremely disheartened to hear about ...
Extremely disheartened to hear about the fate of the CoH/CoV IP. I have been a huge fan of all things superheroic and have greatly enjoyed the entertainment industry 's attention to the mythos, Freedom Force 3, where are thee CoH/CoV was the first opportunity for me and my sons to ...
[Blog - 02/17/2011 - 01:40]
It's a start. For those ...
It's a start. For those of us from the States, we have Columbus Day to celebrate a guy who got lost on his way to India. Someone once said any publicity is good publicity and I think that the effort is grand, considering that we still have to counter the ...
[Blog - 01/21/2011 - 12:28]
When I saw the picture, ...
When I saw the picture, I immediately remembered the similarity between this and the Logitech Cyberman 2 that came out in 1997. I used it and liked it in fact, I think I may still have it around.
[News - 11/26/2010 - 05:03]
Billy Bob is uninformed and ...
Billy Bob is uninformed and the mainstream media used his comments to sell more advertising, period. Although I don't agree with his statement as reported , I agree with the spirit of his rant. Most of the consumers of mass media have attention spans of four year old boys. They ...
[News - 11/12/2010 - 03:44]
Great article link, thanks much ...
Great article link, thanks much I think it's time to recognize that more kids rush home to play video games than to do homework, cyberbully or plan mass killings. Let's use what is good and appealing rather focusing on the fringe elements.