Tag Archives: Virtual Worlds

Why Spy?

So, I like the idea of Spymaster, at least in some ways. I think the web design is great, and the writing is fun. But the gameplay–to me–seems to mix the worst of grinding with the worst of social network spamming. So, my question is: why do you play Spymaster? (I do–or have done–and have […]
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Federal Consortium of Virtual Worlds

Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds from Eric Hackathorn on Vimeo. AL
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Why I’m not blogging

This sort of post has now become a staple, but here are some things I’m doing instead of blogging. I’ll try to post a little bit about these projects as they progress. * Finishing up my new book, Search Engine Society. I’m putting the finishing touches on the index. All of it was desperately out […]
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What I haven’t been blogging

Yes, I know it’s been a while. I started this semester out on the wrong foot, and have been scrambling for the last several months. If I haven’t answered your email (and there many hundred that need to be answered), I am very sorry. I promise I will get back to you. I considered email […]
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