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Our newborn game company is hiring

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I’m a co-founder of an MIT Media Lab spinoff called Move38, commercializing a smart tabletop game platform that might be mistaken for a new form of life. We’re hiring employee #1.

Read about the job, the work, our philosophy, and how to apply here

We’re grateful to those willing share this around, especially with anyone who might be a fit.

We were finalists at IndieCade! A postmortem

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We got accepted into IndieCade and my partner Jonathan went to show off our game. Against expectation, we ended up finalists. Jonathan wrote a little report about it. Enjoy!

Stinker Challenge #65: What to give a beggar if you are out of change

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Every week, I and a bunch of other people play a social media version of my doofy game Stinker on BoardGameGeek, Twitter, and Facebook, using a bit of functionality from the new app we’re developing for the game.

Here’s this week’s Stinker Challenge on each of the three platforms:

Facebook

Twitter

BoardGameGeek

Stinker Challenge #64: What app is missing on everyone’s smartphone?

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Every week, I and a bunch of other people play a social media version of my doofy game Stinker on BoardGameGeek, Twitter, and Facebook, using a bit of functionality from the new app we’re developing for the game.

Here’s this week’s Stinker Challenge on each of the three platforms:

Facebook

Twitter

BoardGameGeek

A board game that can think for itself

Below is a demo of a very unusual game platform I’m working on. I’ve written an article about it here. Check it out!

Stinker Challenge #62: A baby’s first words

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Every week, I and a bunch of other people play a social media version of my doofy game Stinker on BoardGameGeek, Twitter, and Facebook, using a bit of functionality from the new app we’re developing for the game.

Here’s this week’s Stinker Challenge on each of the three platforms:

Facebook

Twitter

BoardGameGeek

Is play a privilege or a right?

I’m co-founding a new company, Move38, and documenting our work and thinking at its blog. Here’s a post about a subject near to our hearts and the mission of our company: play. Today’s post is about whether it’s better considered a privilege or a right, and what that means for each of us. Check it out.

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