Daniel Joseph

net neutrality

The Time Canada Wanted Its Own Internet Because It Thought the US Would Mess It Up

In the early 1970s, Canada envisioned a Trans-Canada Computer Communications Network free from US control.
Daniel Joseph
6.13.18
Netrunner

New Rules (and Cards) Have Given 'Netrunner' a Second Lease on Life

The cyberpunk, competitive card game has been a critical darling for years, but a new Revised Core Set and some big rules changes could help it find an even bigger audience.
Daniel Joseph
10.2.17
Netrunner

This New Expansion Is a Great Way to Get Into One of the Best Card Games Ever

'Terminal Directive' turns competitive cyberpunk game 'Android: Netrunner' into a story-driven, multiplayer campaign.
Daniel Joseph
5.3.17
Netrunner

Despite Its Age, 'Netrunner' Is the Best It’s Ever Been

A trip to the 'Netrunner' World Championship proved that the card game is still at the top of the heap.
Daniel Joseph
11.20.16
Gaming

What Will it Take For Netrunner to Be Played Like Professional Esports?

The professionalization of esports been led by a game's biggest fans, rather than by the company who designed and sold it.
Daniel Joseph
11.25.15
Toronto

Five Days at the World Championship of Competitive Cyberpunk Card Gaming

I was no match for Netrunner's elite; I finished 109th.
Daniel Joseph
11.10.15
Gaming

I'm Going to Minnesota to Compete in the Netrunner World Championships

Why the popular cyberpunk card game may be the best game I have ever played.
Daniel Joseph
11.4.15
Art

What's a Twine Game? Let 'Videogames for Humans' Show You

A new book puts some of gaming's most interesting, innovative and exciting narrative experiences under the spotlight.
Daniel Joseph
5.4.15