From the BBC this morning:
A British intelligence agency has targeted a new generation of recruits by advertising in computer games.
The Cheltenham-based surveillance service GCHQ hopes to attract the attention of “tech-savvy” gamers.
More from LorcanDempsey.net
Adverts featuring the GCHQ website are on billboards within Xbox 360 games such as Splinter Cell: Double Agent and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. [BBC NEWS | Technology | Security service targets gamers]
I have found the expression ‘hamster wheeling’ useful over the last few years. I
tend to use it in the
1 min read
I thought it would be nice to record that a couple of my colleagues had recently
been elected to positions
Well, I wish I could say I was back by popular demand … but that might be
stretching the truth just
Deep dives and quick takes: libraries, culture, society and technology
Sign in / up