Am I too soft, naive and romantic when it comes to Twitter?

The other day I went to meet someone to talk to them about supporting them in organizing an event here in Singapore.  We’d spoken briefly about this on the phone before and he seemed pleased at my offer to help.  Practically his first question to me when we met was, however, ‘how many friends do you have on Facebook and how many followers on Twitter?’   […]

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There will be a 100,000-fold shrinking of computer technology over the next 25 years

Check out what futurologist Ray Kurzweil is saying about computer processing power, its size and what this will mean for our learning environments.  Powerful stuff.  I was speaking on Virtual Reality yesterday and talked about how we (and companies and organizations) need to learn to play with people in these environments.                                            […]

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It’s not the emptiness, it’s the loneliness

  In August I attended the State of  Play conference here in  Singapore.  Historically, a conference founded by some ‘legal folks’, State of Play is now a rather eclectic and, at the same time, interesting mix of both the original ‘legal folk’ interspersed with gamers, educators, people representing the emerging virtual world creators and other interested and curious onlookers. It’s interesting to note that this […]

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