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Buranovskiye Babushki – more surreal than Second Life

2012 Eurovision The overwhelming sentimental favorite was a

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Hot Dogs Your Way

AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION 美国独立日庆祝活动 On July 4th,

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Tango Dancing at The Journey West

On Saturday, June 25th the Chak Man Lei

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check out official “The Journey West” website

  Book your dream vacation today! http://www.bestjourneywest.com

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And now for the show…

(videos coming soon) The time had finally come

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My BFF Went to Beijing and All I Got Was This Lousy T-shirt

As we continue to prepare for the grand

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I Love a Man in Uniform

  “A brand is a living entity –

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If Donald Trump can do it, so can I! Shopping for Real Estate in Beijing

The first step to any successful travel agency

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The Journey West 西遊記

Experience Authentic America with our Unique Travel Service!

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My Communist Adventure: Part 2– Becoming Wizard

Jiaodaokou Beiertiao Hutong In a few short weeks

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My Communist Adventure: Part 1– Off to See the Wizard

Last summer I’ve been very fortunate to spend

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Peel away the skin – the history of banana time PT2

and some things never change:

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Peel away the skin – the history of banana time

The fascinating history of “banana time” which includes

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All that’s solid melts into air – the B&B of nothingness

It’s finally happened – at least to my

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The Culture of Childhood

In a recent NY Times editorial, David Elkind,

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Doctor Rodenberger aka Matador Rodenberger

 Are there Finnish Matadors? Only in Second Life!

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Video games proving largely recession-proof

Massachusetts, home of Harmonix Music Systems who created

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Trend Fisting and emergent play on Twitter

Mark, an ardent twitterer, in my Designed Play

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Your body as billboard

TERRY GARDNER, a legal secretary in California, shaved

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Women skilled at Henna tattoos in India are being trained in computer design

A company called “Technology for the People” is

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Russian Electronic Shop now hiring. No joke.

From:       min.m.1971@mail.ru Subject:     New vacancy

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Bread of life – recession-proof business

Started in 1943, the Cavanagh family’s communion bread

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You want a job that makes you smile?

“You want a job that makes you smile,”

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Internet access or sex?

Talk about disembodiment: Intel came up with a

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Beyond the relational – Service Aesthetics, Steven Madoff in Artforum

“Critical, complicit, celebratory, and ameliorative, service art offers

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How I spent the 2008 Beijing Olympics

91,000 “carefully” screened spectators watched the $300 million

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Usernomics 1.0 at Zer01 San Jose

Usernomics 1.0 was part of the Zer01 Festival’s

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First digital camera

Steven J. Sasson, an electrical engineer, created the

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Light as a feather, larger than the Pentagon

Beijing airport’s new Terminal 3 — twice the

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www.checkoutblog.com – “where the lanes are all open”

Meet the friendly folks at WalMart on none

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iBand – Life is Greater than the Internet

Viewed 2,117,725 times on YouTube, a Dutch art

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Gwen Stefani inspires 6 yr olds in the School of Perpetual Training

Excuse the mass email but OMG! Adding exponentially

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In Some Schools, iPods Are Required Listening

UNION CITY, N.J., Oct. 8 — A ban

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Usernomics 1.0 at Hallwalls

Recent workshop at Hallwalls in Buffalo on October

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When Work Becomes Play – Seriosity

A Palo Alto company called Seriosity is trying

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Per Scholas – Real Recycling

Last Monday, I took a trip to Per

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School of Perpetual Training: Edu-Game Series

Careers in Digital Game Manufacturing and Distribution The

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Chinese laborer wages

The SF Chronicle reports that Foxconn employees were

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white collar salaries

from http://www.animationarena.com/video-game-salary.html: Video Game Programmers Programmers and Engineers

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Video Gamer Demographics

1. US GAMERS In the article “Chasing the

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Tantalum Mining (part one: mine locations)

Major provider of Tantalum (over 50% of global

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Research: top video games

Findings After corresponding briefly with Dave Spohn, About.com’s

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Freakonomics: Laid-back labor

Link to NY Times article According to Census

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Usernomics 1.0: mission and documentation

Usernomics 1.0 is the workshop component of the

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BENT FESTIVAL NYC, APRIL 26-28

Saturday, April 28th, 12pm The School of Perpetual

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