Monthly Archives: December 2007

Fantastic intro to the value of Virtual Worlds for learning, collaboration and fun!

Thanks to Leonie Ramondt for this fab image and powerpoint I would thoroughly recommend this presentation by Leonis Ramondt on the value of MMORPG’s fpr learning, collaboration, and fun. http://homepage.mac.com/leonie.ramondt1/Sites/mmorpgs&learning.htm Ironically I’m not a great fan of MMORPG’s, mainly because … Continue reading

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A Framework of “Place”

Photo taken by: Procsilas Moscas Many thanks to Nicolas Nova and his brilliant blog for drawing attention to this interesting article: “A Framework of Place as a Tool for Location-Based Applications”

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Gaming in a Play-World

Something I’m always struggling with: How to find the good stuff in Second Life. Surely in a play world I should have stumbled on a few unusual games by now? I haven’t! SecondLife need some kind of 3D Google to … Continue reading

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martin ward

martin ward Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones

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education SIG

education SIG Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones

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. . More

. . More Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones

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the future of mscape

the future of mscape Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones

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an alternative to existing genres

an alternative to existing genres Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones

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the dream

the dream Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones

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no laptops

no laptops Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones Lots of moleskine and sketchpads. V diff to the VW conferences ive attended. What does it say about the medium and the attendees?

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