Monthly Archives: October 2009

Summ()n partners with Digital Skin

Digital Skin is a newly established consultancy that helps “governments and corporations to improve innovation and organizational collaboration, by transforming traditional ‘real world’ scenario simulations into 3D virtual environments for accelerated learning.” – see also their recently launched web-site with … Continue reading

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Where’s the Gorilla

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Play *Hard* Board

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Three answers

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Emo-Emo

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My Warm Fears

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Council of the Internet of Things launches the website

After few months on a temporary WordPress location, the Council of the Internet of Things finally launched their official website. The site not only provides the best coverage of a very complex and very volatile domain, but perhaps more importantly … Continue reading

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Presentation at MindTrek’09 in Tampere

Just came back from Tampere, Finland, where I spoke at the MindTrek’09 conference. The event was perfectly organized and went smoothly, at least from the participants’ point of view (I am sure it required a lot efforts and stress from … Continue reading

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