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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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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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Video Gamer Demographics

1. US GAMERS In the article “Chasing the

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Research: top video games

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

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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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