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When I was in college, I was often asked what I planned to do with my degree in classics. No career counselor had suggested that studying classics is preparation to move to China, and that living China is preparation for … Continue reading
Green Space is a new Facebook game from RocketOwl Inc, in which players are presented with futuristic environmental challenges and an environmental message. I became interested in Green Space because I think the social connections through Facebook have the potential … Continue reading
This is worse than that time Pandora had the nerve to contaminate my Britney Spears/Lady Gaga station with Backstreet Boys.
“Ever since we played Angry Birds in Maine,” Marcus said on the phone the other night, “I’ve been seeing it everywhere. I guess it’s becoming pretty popular.” I just barely restrained myself from pointing out that Marcus is hardly the … Continue reading
I was at a meeting in Vegas with my boss, talking about the future of casual, social games. Someone mentioned the growing popularity of CityVille, and wondered aloud how many people were playing. “CityVille just broke 85 million monthly active … Continue reading
The new Friendship’s Bloom tree in My Tribe is a cooperative mystery. First, a friend needs to fertilize the tree. Even if you have lots of friends, this can only be done once per tree, per day. Each time the … Continue reading