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Serious Games For Cultural Preservation

by: Eliane Alhadeff 

Late June, the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana, located near Elton, announced a partneriship with Red Knight Learning Systems of Dallas to develop innovative digital learning media for their new high tech Coushatta Heritage Center.

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responding to critiques of my essay on class

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Correctly Sizing Up “Concern for the Environment” by American Teens

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viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace

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'Japanese innovation' that's actually from Finland, Korea or America

by: Dominic Basulto

Apparently, young Americans have little or no idea of where the best innovation in the world is taking place. When in doubt, they simply assume innovative high-tech products come from Japan or the U.S.

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fame, narcissism and MySpace

by: danah boyd

When adults aren't dismissing MySpace as the land-o-predators, they're often accusing it of producing narcissistic children.

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Consumers and the Great, Green Chasm: Why Don't Americans 'Shop Their Talk'?

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55 percent US teens are members of a social network

by: Lynette Webb

A few weeks ago Pew Research released another of their great surveys into how the Internet is being used in the US. Oh how I wish there were equivalents to Pew in other countries, who published so regularly and made their results freely available!

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Can the World's Biggest Companies 'Combat Climate Change'?

by: Joel Makower

Two thousand seven is barely a fortnight old, but it's already shaping up to be the year that climate change action reaches a tipping point. The signs seem to be everywhere.

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Yet Another Segmentation Model

by: Dick Stroud 

Focalyst, a joint venture between AARP Services and Kantar, the research arm of WPP, has published its findings about the 125 million Americans, aged 42-plus segment.

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