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Week 284

A large chunk of my time this week was tak­en up with con­tribut­ing to E-Motive Day, a con­fer­ence organ­ised by an inter­na­tion­al net­work of organ­i­sa­tions work­ing on social change of var­i­ous kinds. We were asked to demo Stand­ing, and talk about our per­spec­tive on play­ful design for activism. Peo­ple said nice things about both and […]

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‘The Social Contract Put at Play’ at Lift12

This is a long over­due blog post for my talk at Lift12. It’s about what games can do for soci­ety. As such it builds on what I talked about in 2011 at FutureEv­ery­thing and at dCon­struct. What I tried to do here is to be more artic­u­late about why I think the pub­lic sphere is […]

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