Monthly Archives: May 2008

Social Networking Alternative

OK, the video’s been out for a while but here’s another reason social networks are important. Can’t everybody just get along? [kml_flashembed movie=”” width=”480″ height=”290″ wmode=”transparent” /]

Social Networking on the Rise

From the number of inquiries we receive and the projects we’re managing lately — blogs, forums, wikis, user content sites, multi-player games and sims — it’s clear there’s tremendous demand […]

What Happens Here Doesn’t Stay Here

Does what you experience and learn in virtual environments like MMOGs and videogames have any relevance to real life? Thought leaders like Jim Gee and researchers like Jeremy Bailenson, director […]

The New Convergence

The new convergence of products that combine aspects of online games and simulations, social networking and user generated content in the service of learning was the topic of our panel […]

Death of Education > Birth of Learning

While students embrace mobile always-connected media and devices, virtual environments, and social networks in their daily lives, schools still rely on teaching methods that were used generations ago. This short […]

The Search Game

A shout out to Eliane Alhadeff for her recent post Search as a Serious Game which highlights a seriously cool search interface from A picture says a thousand words […]

Spy vs. Spy

As a cold-war baby one of my favorite cartoon strips was Mad magazine’s Spy vs. Spy. That all flashed back to me a few years ago at the second Serious […]