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Researchers are using Wii Fit to physically rehabilitate football players at University of Maryland and Ohio State University. Why is this so successful? I have some ideas as to why.

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A few days ago I did a post about net neutrality that was well received but some comments I got said it raised more questions than it answered. I found a great infographic that sums up most of what net neutrality is. Check it out…

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Taking a queue from an article on Wired.com written by Paul Ballas (link here), I also pose the question: “should video games have exercise ratings?”

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Comment Highlight: Re: Lilikka – 2 Ways Facebook Places Can Change Mobile Gaming

August 22, 2010
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Today I’m rolling out a new feature on the website! Comment Highlight will be a weekly post that will be highlighted on the website (and in the newsletter you can sign up for on the right!). Every week, I’ll take one of the best comments from either the blog, my videos or Twitter and personally [...]

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Mario Kart Bike Lane

August 22, 2010
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I’ve decided to make a fun post for the weekend today. Everyone knows that Portland, Oregon is a pretty serious biking city. Someone decided to take one of Portland’s most prominent features, its bike lanes and add a little Mario Kart magic to it.

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2 Ways Facebook Places can change mobile games

August 20, 2010
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If Facebook allows indie game devs to use their technology, social check in games and alternate reality game devs can have access to 500 million users. This could be big! In this video, I discuss just some of the ways game devs could use this service.

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Blog downtime

August 19, 2010
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Unforutnately, I’m under the weather this week so blog content may be really slim this week and I apologize. But, now is the perfect time to check out some of the great interviews on the site and sign up for the RSS feed, news letter or Twitter feed!

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Filament Games Interview

August 17, 2010
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A few days ago I spoke to Dan Norton of Filament Games. Their game, Energy City, is an interesting take on how we can teach energy use and conservation. I asked Dan how they came up with the concept of the game and what lessons they were hoping to pass on through their game.

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What is net neutrality?

August 14, 2010
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What’s net neutrality? Is it bad? How does net neutrality affect mobile games and educational games online? These are some questions I want you to think about over the weekend, friends! For more information about net neutrality, here’s a good place to start: http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=net+neutrality&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8 Don’t forgot to subscribe via RSS, YouTube or Twitter!

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