@RNBaum We didn't try to incorporate game elements into our MBA gamification course for several reasons. May try next year. #
The split pea soup has been made. The latkes are ready to bake. Time for our traditional Jewish Christmas celebration. #
MT @kfitchard: The audio for MarketplaceTech: http://t.co/e6ovTuVX. @kwerb stole the show: LightSquared is like the Rolling Stones # RT @FlipperPA: @kwerb I've posted the video from Cory @Doctorow's talk; thanks again from bringing him to @Wharton! http://t.co/6lUSlPHF # Knowledge@Wharton looks at whether Google is in danger of turning into what it fears: Microsoft. http://t.co/o6Yvv2jr #
Amused by spam asking if the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania (my official employer) are interested in a product. #
Former FCC Chair Reed Hundt on why the House spectrum bill screws up auctions: http://t.co/JifeGgmR #
OECD endorses principles to promote Internet freedom. A big step forward internationally. http://t.co/ZKEsoiuc # Great work by @USAmbOECD , @djweitzner, @AlecJRoss, @pweiser to promote global recognition of the value of Internet freedom. # Heading to DC to speak at FCC workshop on end of the telephone network. My remarks: http://t.co/rZI7101j. Watch live: http://t.co/1g0Mpy6z. # Hey @dingstweets: if we win at #gamficationbullshitbingo do we get a badge? # RT @johnkerry on ...
Modern Warfare 3 video game hits $1 billion in revenue twice as fast as the movie Avatar. http://t.co/USZRyTel #
(Remarks prepared for the December 14, 2011 FCC Workshop, “The Telephone Network in Transition”) In her 1969 book, On Death and Dying, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross introduced an influential model for understanding responses to catastrophic loss, known as the Five Stages of Grief: (1) Denial, (2) Anger, (3) Bargaining, (4) Depression, and finally (5) Acceptance. Kübler-Ross was writing about the death of people, but all of us here are also contemplating the ...
A good reminder to keep video games and work separate. Not. http://t.co/rf6PWDrO # Compelling testimony by @edyson, ICANN's founding chairman, against the new top-level domain names: http://t.co/XBYZex74 #
When does it stop feeling weird being the dad and not the kid? Just askin'. #