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SXSW 2011

Co-Presenter at SXSW 2011 Causebuilding Games: Fundraising & Social Gaming Streams With the rise of DIY gamebuilding engines the cost of game production now makes it possible for nonprofits, political campaigns and other public organizations to create a game overnight. Trends in social gaming for the social sector include persistent communities for causes, dynamic solution-based […]

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World’s Fair Use Day 2011

World’s Fair Use Day panel on Playing Fair: Remix in the Gaming Community Washington, DC. Topic: Fair Use, copyright issues and remix culture in the game community. Moderator: Josephine Dorado Panelists: Larry Oji, OverClocked ReMix David Lloyd, OverClocked ReMix Jay Pavlina,  creator of “Super Mario Bros. Crossover” Introductory presentation:  http://slidesha.re/p1FzJK Video of panel: http://youtu.be/cX_2da_W4jU World’s Fair Use […]

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Fulbright NY/MAD Innovation Salon

Fulbright NY/MAD Innovation Salon: Innovative Ideas on International Exchange and Development     Produced and spoke at the Fulbright NY/MAD Innovation Salon, a joint event between the Greater New York Chapter of the Fulbright Association and McKinsey & Company Alumni (MAD). The Innovation Salon focused on innovative ideas on International Exchange and Development, and the presentations […]

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Presenter at IgniteNYC  reACTor: a location-based mobile gaming app that connects news with social action reACTor (working title) is an initiative to create a mobile game that allows users to “play the news” — players would be shown the news 10,000 feet around them (or other specified distance), and then are presented with social actions […]

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