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Three Trends Driving Big Games - Social Un-tethered Games With Computers In Them

by: Karl Long

Over the last couple of months i’ve started to become convinced that the concept of games is going to evolve over the next decade blending more and more the real world and virtual.

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An Ode To a Math Teacher: Benevolent Dictators And Urban Tribes

by: danah boyd

The social network structure of friendship is rarely a bounded group. Even if we are friends, the imagined community of my friends is different than your imagined community.

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Die Web2.0 Die Die Die Die or the Social Media Manifesto

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Visualizing The Tipping Point

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If Youngsters Don't Spend Enough Time Online They're Missing Out on Life

by: Lynette Webb

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If I Don't Have Messages When I Awake I Feel Unloved

by: Lynette Webb

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Innovating Mobile Social Technologies (Damn You Helio)

by: danah boyd

The next step in social technologies is mobile. Duh. Yet, a set of factors have made innovation in this space near impossible.

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Maslow and Branding

by: Jennifer Rice

Remember back in your Psych 101 class when you learned about Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs? Bet you never expected to see it again in the business world, but... ta da! Here it is.

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My Friendster Publications

by: danah boyd

Various folks have been asking me about my Friendster publications and i thought i'd do a simple round-up for anyone who is trying to learn about Friendster.

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Why Web2.0 Matters: Preparing for Glocalization

by: danah boyd

Recently, i found myself needing to explain Web2.0. Unfortunately, here's a term that has been hyped up in all sorts of ways with no collectively understood definition.

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