Monthly Archives: November 2006

got game

Tweet I had the pleasure of visiting Tim Lenoir’s How They Got Game class at Duke earlier this week. They have a nice ‘game lab’ setup not only focused on game play and demonstrations, but also on recording and analyzing. … Continue reading

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another cave!

Tweet Today I visted the second CAVE in three days. This time at Brown – a five-wall one. I was not least impressed with the low-threshold tools that they are developing here in relation to the creative writing program. I … Continue reading

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Review of “Game Cultures: Computer Games as New Media” by Jon Dovey and Helen W. Kennedy

Tweet I have just finished reading Jon Dovey and Helen W. Kennedy, Game Cultures: Computer Games as New Media. Helen Kennedy is familar to many in HUMlab after visiting us in 2005 and presenting the seminar Gender Technicity and Computer Games.   … Continue reading

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