Monthly Archives: April 2010

Hitler Defends Fair Use (Along with Disney)

I’m know for being a little paranoid about violating copyright, but there is the Defend Fair Use side as exemplified by Lawrence Lessig and the Center for Social Media. But somehow, no one justifies the usefulness of allowing users to … Continue reading

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Plants vs. Zombies – It Really is Combat Training

Obviously when you work with gaming issues, you will run into a game that is addictive and just plain fun…but is there an “educational use”? Let me introduce you to Plants vs. Zombies. a game in which you defend your … Continue reading

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