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Gaming the Rules

Rules are conventionally meant to be read, understood, and adhered to. Turning them into a ‘game’ may therefore sound somewhat subversive, but this was the root of my idea* for a final project, to be practically applied at Yokohama International … Continue reading

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Online Abuse: Don’t Blame The Technology, Use It

This week, after reading Danah Boyd’s article, “Bullying” Has Little Resonance with Teenagers, I asked my Grade 12 homeroom for their interpretation of “cyber-bullying”. Their reaction was immediate and unanimous: “It doesn’t exist.” So, there’s no name-calling or hurtful remarks … Continue reading

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