Times have changed. Whereas before video games were incredibly simplistic, they are now infinitely complex and have a worldwide base. Everyone with a phone, computer, or console has likely played a video game or regularly plays video games in their spare time.
There are some startling similarities between the US and China: a rising middle class is looking for the same lifestyle as their western counterparts, and that means demand for some of the same goods.
Balancing protection of the environment and the needs of a particular community is kind of like a game. Each decision affects one, the other, or both, and opens up a new set of alternatives. The answers are not always right or wrong. but instead are subjective. The more innovative the answer, the more likely it […]
This article provided exclusively for GISuser, by AJ Clark, President, Thermopylae Sciences & Technology
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