Monthly Archives: May 2005

Jane McGonigal’s talk

Tweet I am learning new things about gaming (gnome protests, skydiving gaming, generating new media, maintaining your identity). Jane’s seminar has just started. My camera died after one photo – more extensive photo documentation will have to wait. She is … Continue reading

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Jane’s Seminar

Tweet here is the link for today’s stream, Puppetmasters and performances: Pervasive gaming in practice the seminar happens at 13.15 and should be very interesting. try to make it if you can. if you would like to be a part … Continue reading

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mp3 seminar files

Tweet We plan to make our streamed seminars available also as mp3 files. We are experimenting with this process right now and hopefully we will also be able to offer an RSS stream later (to make it possible to subscribe … Continue reading

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Linda on The Sims 2

Tweet In today’s seminar Linda Bergkvist talked about her experiences of the Sims as a gamer. Linda is a very active online artist and community person. She is not a game researcher which I found rather refreshing in this context. … Continue reading

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an external point of view

Tweet We are fortunate enough to have Mikael from UCIT (UmeĆ„ Center for Interaction Technology) cover many HUMlab activities for the UCIT web. Here are some articles on/related to the symposium on language education and information technology that we ran … Continue reading

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What a week!

Tweet After a few extremely intense and exciting days filled with conversations, presentations, discussions and demos, HUMlab now suddenly feels very calm. The few students that resist the temptation of spending the Friday afternoon in the beautiful sunny weather are … Continue reading

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