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This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  peter_b 12 years, 3 months ago.

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  • #4062

    aphra
    Keymaster

    If people are interested in emerging work on MMOGs and online game play cultures this might be of interest…

    Aphra.

    ”Carnegie Mellon University’s Project Massive has released the second
    wave of results from their ongoing research examining the massively
    multiplayer online gamer and has launched the third survey.

    Like Nick Yee’s work, the team aims to understand what draws people to these thriving virtual realitieis, what keeps ’em there and what happens to
    their real lives while they’re kicking around in digital utopia.’

    http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/games/archives/smart_stuff/2005/04/project_massive_looks_at_gamers_offline_lives.html

  • #20537

    peter_b
    Participant

    those carnegie mellon lads never seem to stop working. ;)
    some really good stuff coming out of that college for the last few years.

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