Key concepts[ edit ] Johnson challenges the precept that pop culture is deteriorating as a result of new media platforms. He derives the term Sleeper Curve from the Woody Allen film Sleeperwhere "scientists from are astounded that twentieth-century society failed to grasp the nutritional merits of cream pies and hot fudge". Video games[ edit ] He argues that the appeal of video games is not through their possibly violent or sexual content, but rather through the fact that the "structure" of the video games uniquely invites exploration and stimulates the reward centers of the brain. Johnson offers several sources for information on ludology ; Ludology.
In defense of State Rep. Johnson once after a township meeting. He listens and responds in a measured and caring way. He seems like a mature, albeit young man, whom is sincere and observant, and responds to all questions.
The reticence of any person to run for public office, especially if they are Republicans, is understandable. I personally think anyone who runs for public office has courage and must have a strong constitution in weathering personal attacks and I respect their decision to run.
I am sick of the second guessing by pundits and sniping hounds of Democratic devil dogs, those that always think government and more of it is good for the country.
I am continually amazed when a constitutionalist, a conservative voice, one who likes and embraces rugged individualism, capitalism, and abhors more government interference and control of our daily lives is verbally attacked.
We should emulate his lead and demand less government and interference in our lives. His refusal to not vote for federal assistance for the Flint water debacle is one that is principled, it is a city and state problem, not a federal problem.
But since the City of Flint is essentially bankrupt any wonder — it has been led by Democrats for years! And the City of Flint, like the City of Detroit, will continue to decline and remain under Democrat control with graft and corruption running rampant in the stealing of taxpayer money to enrich those in office in overt and subvert ways and schemes.
Once in a great while I will get to Detroit to watch a ball game, but it is in and out, never spending time or money in the blighted area. Another waste of taxpayer funds that have no bearing on what that revenue is to be used for, instead, it helps unscrupulous millionaire businesses expand and make more money on the backs of the taxpayer.
Both stadiums should have been built with private funding. Just as the arts should be privately funded. Just as all public radio and television should be cut off from federal funding — if there is no demand for public radio and television and they cannot make it with subscriber funding, maybe there is no need for their services.
Maybe that type of programming can be picked up by commercial stations. You ever notice one thing about the federal government — once a program is enacted and funded, it never, never, ever dies? Even when it is discovered the program is no longer needed or multiple programs do the same thing — is there ever discussion in Congress to eliminate it?
Representative Johnson, I for one am in support of your vote and hope for more principled and constitutional votes in the future.
The rest are just blowing hot air and voting with their hearts and maybe incentives like kickbacks or favors? The rotting of America from within except Rep.Steven Seagal, A&E Television Network Settle Stolen Cable Reality TV Show Idea Lawsuit (CNS) Posted Tuesday February 1, – am Steven Seagal, A&E Television Network and a production company that claimed the actor and cable channel stole its idea for a reality TV show have settled a lawsuit out of court.
May 07, · Steve Johnson Columnist Chicago Tribune In more than 25 years at the paper, he has written columns, reviews, news stories and features on topics from politics to television. Steven Johnson's essay 'Watching TV Makes You Smarter' doesn't hold back, but instead Johnson pretty much gives you his main idea and thesis in the essay's title.
Johnson goes on to argue that advances in TV have made it so you have to process more information, in a show such as 24, than in previous TV dramas, such as Bonanza or Dragnet.
Campus Cops Amy Jo Johnson, Ryan Hurst, Monte Markham - Campus Cops is an American sitcom that aired on the USA network on Saturday night early in for a total of 13 episodes. Oct 22, · Well, not good for you like, say, broccoli. But if you choose wisely, television can make you smarter -- and some research finds no harm to kids.
October 22, | By Steve Johnson, TRIBUNE CRITIC. leslutinsduphoenix.com has a photo gallery on television sets through the years, and it's totally fascinating to see the form factors that designers, over the decades, came up with for our once-beloved idiot box.
I found myself staring at the photos like, well, like they were TV.[Via BoingBoing.].