[MEDIA] How Video Games Can Be Harnessed for Worship by @GeekDadGamer in @Telegraph

If you're near Exeter, look out for this event, on how video games can be harnessed for worship, with Andy Robertson aka @geekdadgamer - about which he has written more in the Telegraph today, and for which I contributed a small bit: This quote is from my article Social Media, Peer Surveillance, Spiritual Formation, and Mission: Practising ChristianFaith in a Surveilled Public Space in Surveillance and Society Journal, which I mentioned to Andy in a conversation.

#DigitalParenting: Watching @GeekDadGamer Try and Talk Sense with @PiersMorgan

Recently I highlighted a new crowdfunding project. Andy Robertson is my 'go to' person for balanced, knowledgeable insights into gaming (and children). He did the rounds of a couple of TV shows yesterday (after the news about problems with Fortnite) - and here's the recording from one of them: This was also covered by The Metro, and I like this tweet: I'm getting an aneurysm just listening to this. My parents took my games away…

[PRESS RELEASE] New “Taming Gaming” book helps parents guide children to video game health with @GeekDadGamer #DigitalParenting #EdTech

The other week I passed on a request for comment from Premier Radio on gaming online to Andy Robertson, who has LOADS more knowledge in this area than I do (I'm not really a big gamer, though I'm still Candy Crushing and out Pokemon'ing, I'm definitely not Fortnite'ing or any other immersive games)! Chapter 14 of Raising Children in a Digital Age had some advice, and I've done a few bits of related media, but really…

Talking #Fortnite and other Games with @GeekDadGamer on @PremierRadio

Yesterday, Premier asked if I would speak on the popular game Fortnite, especially in the light of the NSPCC concerns about 'inappropriate contact', and Matt Hancock's comments about its addictiveness. Business Insider gives a useful overview of why the game is so popular, and BusinessCloud talks to a games developer who stresses 'personal discipline'. I knew I could speak on this, but know that Andy Robertson could speak on it even better as this is…