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Paul Darvasi
Dad, educator, writer, hackademic, game junky, game designer, Joycean, McLuhanite, art vulture, realitynaut, festivalite, hispanophile, globetrotter,
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Paul Darvasi 19h
Replying to @ches_hall
Cut the cord! Get out while you still can!
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Matthew Farber, Ed.D. Oct 14
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ScienceSeeker Oct 13
Using Dungeons and Dragons to study Chauser. Wait, what? explains in "Leveraging the Lore of 'Dungeons and Dragons' to Motivate Students to Read and Write" KQED News
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Paul Darvasi Oct 13
Total War Developer Releases Educational Battle of Hastings Video via
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MindShift Oct 12
Having more growing up, even if you don't necessarily read more, improves educational outcomes, a study finds. "No matter what we controlled for, we always got this advantage of growing up around books"
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Wish I could be there!
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iThrive Games Oct 12
Check out 's microtalk on the Representation of Mental Health in Games , tomorrow at 11:30 am in the Superior room.
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
Yup :D
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
How ‘Control’ Became Remedy’s First Female Lead Video Game via
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Can Microsoft Finally Make Game Streaming Work? via
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Chris Totten: La Mancha on KS Nov. 1 Oct 12
Panel on empathy in games with some cool cool people ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
The best kid-friendly board games to play with your family via
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
Right back at you :) I also enjoy continuing to learn from you!
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
Reminds me of a recent case in Canada where a nurse stealthily murdered 8 elderly folks by messing with their meds/drips. Not nice
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
Completely agree, my friend. I think we’re on the same page. However, if I’m splitting hairs, it could potentially be used in a malicious way. Intentional overdosing, etc.
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
Also, we can expand the lens and look at any potential environmental fallout from producing the antivirus
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
I never said intentional
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
My point is that all technology has the potential for negative consequences either from misuse or a detrimental element endemic to the tech. Even if the case isn’t fatal, which it was for the infant, polio vaccines can produce non fatal side effects that can be categorized as neg
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Replying to @mcdanger @pfanderson
It’s a negative byproduct of the tech. People have had fatal reactions to a well intentioned procedure.
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Paul Darvasi Oct 12
Immersive Pedagogy: A Symposium on Teaching and Learning with 3D, Augmented and Virtual Reality
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