Monthly Archives: January 2011

Born virtual; live virtual?

I had the chance today to speak with a group of graduate students in Sweden today, thanks to my friend and colleague Dr. Robin Teigland (who is an Assoc. Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics – SSE).  Below are … Continue reading

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Deer, Ourselves

Catching up on some posts and reading; this one caught my eye.  I personally hold the mystery of life present alongside what I believe is a progressive evolution of life over time – an evolution that connects us to other … Continue reading

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Nordic Virtual Worlds Network

I’m helping out some friends over at the NVWN – and just wrote this post.  Sort of rambling, but that is my style.  Or maybe it’s just laziness.  Anyway, it’s just a few of my thoughts on the potential benefit … Continue reading

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