Gaming can make a better world

Watch the lovely Jane McGonigal discussing how gamers learn things, how they cooperate and why they can make the world better.

After this I am once more convinced that I love my PhD subject.

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Creativity 2.0: Re-mediation and narratives

I gave my second presentation (see here for the first one) to the postgraduate students of the E-Business: Strategy and Policy (EBSP) course at Birkbeck, University of London.

My supervisor who is the course convenor asked me to update some of my points from existing essays on digital narratives, online identity, community and how these . . . →

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Collective Intelligence by Pierre Lévy

Election night crowd, Wellington, 1931 Uploaded by National Library NZ on The Commons on 3 Mar 09, 10.38PM GMT.

The French cyberspace theorist Pierre Lévy uses the term ‘collective intelligence’ to describe the large-scale information gathering and processing . . . →

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Internet and Creativity

I’m meeting my supervisor Monday – here is a presentation I prepared with a few notes from my reading on the work of William Dutton, Charles Leadbeater, Don Tapscott, Clay Shirky, Lawrence Lessig and Yochai Benkler.

Internet And Creativity

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