Tag Archives: Social psychology

Movies vs Games. They’re Not the Same

By | March 14, 2007

A remark by Will Wright picked up by Jason Kottke captures why movies and computer games are different, and why we should not think one is going to edge out the other. I would add something else: Computer games allow us to experience emotion, while movies allow us to feel those emotions vicariously. We have no control over… Read More »

PR Pushes TiddlyWikis

By | November 4, 2005

An interesting development, according to Netimperative – The UK PR industry gets online trade body: Public Relations Online (PRO), a new UK forum designed to promote the role of the Internet in the PR industry, has launched this week. The forum aims to educate the PR industry about the technologies and techniques needed to respond to the challenges… Read More »

Bruce on Phishing: It’s the Banks, Stupid

By | October 7, 2005

Bruce Schneier again talks sense, this time about phishing: Schneier on Security: Phishing Financial companies have until now avoided taking on phishers in a serious way, because it’s cheaper and simpler to pay the costs of fraud. That’s unacceptable, however, because consumers who fall prey to these scams pay a price that goes beyond financial losses, in inconvenience,… Read More »

Directing Del.icio.us

By | June 24, 2005

I’m blown away by some of the amazing, but simple, stuff people are doing with tags and Ajax and all these other things I only dimly understand. What’s great is I don’t really need to understand them, I just need to be able to use them and see them as useful. Here’s yet another candidate: del.icio.us direc.tor: Delivering… Read More »