February 18, 2004

News Round-Up

IDGA - Ivory Tower column, Dungeons, Dragons, and Ivory Towers, where Chaim Gingold focuses on issues of collaboration between the game industry developers and academics/researchers.

Michael, of GTA, officially announced the creation of the Experimental Game Lab at Georgia Tech, which is holding an open house on February 27th.

The Associated Press is getting into the game with their recent article on game studies, now syndicated at a newspaper near you.

If you kick a robotic dog, is it wrong? - the Christian Science Monitor looks into the question. GTA delves deeper.

Matt K.'s graduate seminar blog links to much of the conversation around Aarseth's Cybertext (which is, quite frankly, not much - for such an important book, there are surprisingly few reviews of it). Great set of links (and Espen even swings by).

Posted by Jason at February 18, 2004 7:25 AM | TrackBack

Hi Jason...I was surfing the web and came across your web site and wanted to check in and say hello! I am so happy for you and Lisa, and was thrilled to see the pics you posted of your baby. Please give Lisa my best. Oh, in case you are wondering who the heck I am we had lunch in good old Medina, Ohio awhile back at Ruby Tuesday's. By the way, I have enjoyed your web site!

Posted by: Jane W at February 26, 2004 12:23 AM | Permalink to Comment

Hi Jane -
It's great to hear from you - of course I remember our lunch in Ohio, as well as all of Lisa's stories of the "soccer days." I'll definitely tell Lisa you stopped by. You can also leave a note for her at our family website:


Hope you are doing well!

Posted by: Jason at February 26, 2004 9:11 AM | Permalink to Comment
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