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Mafia Wars, Farmville demonstrate strength of online connections

It’s amazing how a little social networking game can bring people together. For a gamer, like me, I think it’s especially significant, because for too long I’ve felt cloistered in my gaming pursuits. What I mean is that usually I play games with the same group. We’re the geeks who calculate the damage of wielding two long swords instead of a halberd. Now, however, I’m playing with the cool kids, and as silly as it sounds, it feels good.

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702.tv’s failing? Lack of interactivity

I’m going to draw upon one of my classes again today because I don’t think I could have described this situation any better than they did. Last week, 702.tv, the high profile Las Vegas Sun project led by Rob Curley, announced that after just four months it was halting producing of its glitzy weekly news/entertainment […]

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