Tag Archives: Cognitive Surplus

It’s not what you play, it’s the way that you play it

Tweet Have you seen The Hunger Games yet? If not, don’t bother. I know it puts me in a minority of something approaching one in the world, but seriously: it’s rubbish. For those who have avoided the adaptation of Suzanne … Continue reading

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Politics and Gaming?

Tweet This is a guest post from Jude Ower, founder and CEO of PlayMob. Jude will be speaking at the What Policy Makers Can Learn from Gaming? event on 3rd April Seven billion hours per week are spent playing games. The average … Continue reading

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Crowdsourcing analysis for policymakers? What could possibly go wrong?

Tweet I’m looking forward to the ‘Crowdsourcing Analysis for Policymakers‘ event next week, with Andrew Stott kicking the evening off with some of his experiences working on the Government’s Open Data and Transparency Programme. We’re expecting a packed house but … Continue reading

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