As someone who was heavily involved in the campaign to raise awareness of this project, I’m stoked that they’re finally a reality. 😀
For anyone who has a kid unhealthily addicted to Minecraft. There is hope…
EDIT: Any abusive, misogynist, offensive comments will NOT be approved – which is basically all of them right now. None of you are representing the positive side of the Minecraft community.
Before you trolls comment – or click through to the original blogger and abuse her – read this post to see how nice you can be to strangers online.
Then take a look at this. It’s about you…
Five months ago I imposed time limits on it.
Four months ago I drastically reduced those time limits.
Three months ago I reduced those limits again.
Two months ago I reduced them once more.
One month ago I banned the computer altogether.
Yesterday, I packed up the computer and put into storage.
Then I said to my kid, “When you look at that empty space, let it be a reminder of how much I love you.”
To which he replied: “And let it be a reminder to you of how much I HATE you!”
But drastic times call for drastic measures.
Once upon a time I cursed the sound of scraping Lego in the box, I lamented the holes in my feet caused by trodding on bricks littered about the carpet. But until yesterday I hadn’t heard…
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