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May 7, 2010/0/0/

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Moral Complexity in Gaming

April 14, 2010/1/0/

Zack Rovinsky touches upon an issue that we’ve previously written about, and uses current events to frame some of his points. An altogether fascinating read as it doesn’t merely tread down the now well-worn ‘video games are violent’ road, but instead opts to examine the dilemma of moral choices in the gameplay environment. Still games […]

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AMSA 2010 – Day One

March 12, 2010/3/0/

Well, Hon, Francis and I fistbumped our way to Anaheim to meetup with the ever awesome folks at AMSA. Day one was surprisingly epic, as we got to play the Healing Blade game with more than a few interested pre-med and med-students. We were pleasantly surprised with how much fun people were having with the […]

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Medical Entrepreneurship / Social Justice

February 17, 2010/0/0/

OK, these guys are our new heroes at NerdcoreLearning. “As a result, Kothari is currently at Sloan formulating a two-part plan for making inexpensive medical tools and building low-cost clinics. In 2009-2010, Kothari is one of 16 fellows at MIT’s Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship, which promotes “bottom-up” global development through technology. Two other […]

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Healing Blade Print Ad 1

December 15, 2009/0/0/

We just wanted to share with you some of the awesome print ads done up by the folks at Light Image Studios.  We were really trying to capture a strong D&D feel, and think that Kenan and company really nailed it.  Thanks fellas!  Stay tuned for more Healing Blade news, as well as our super […]

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Sign Language to Fight Swine Flu

October 23, 2009/0/0/

The Americans invested millions of dollars creating a pen that would write in outer space. The Russians used a pencil. Frenchman, Hubert Chalet, has a rather curious preventive measure for Swine Flu- Sign Language! Chalet, 69, works for the humanitarian group L’Ecoute de la Rue, which broadly translates as “listening out on the streets”. He […]

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Data Visualization and Shattering Eighties Era Presuppositions

May 26, 2009/0/0/

So I’m a big fan of gaming – which some might argue is just entertainment-based data visualization. While doing a research fellowship at Hopkins, I got to interact with Matt Kim, an endocrinologist who did some awesome data visualization work with thyroid nodules. Trundling through the interwebs, I came across Hans Rosling’s talk on applying […]

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Calendar Update

May 24, 2009/0/0/

We’ve entirely revised and revamped the 2010 calendar and are super excited to have our design guru, Rich, grace it with one of his outstanding designs for the upcoming year. I appreciate the feedback we’ve gotten thus far from the student community and are striving to continually improve the product. Also, be sure to let […]

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