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What the Web and Games have to Teach Each Other

Ralph Koster has a cool article on his blog called What the Web and Games have to Teach Each Other. As a web guy and a game guy, I found this very interesting and would like to expand on the topic a bit, but no time to do so now. It'll just have to wait for a future post.

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Comments on What the Web and Games have to Teach Each Other
  Comment from Anonymous Patsy at Friday, May 19, 2006 10:12:00 PM
This is not a comment on this post. I just thought you'd find this amusing. It's from a film review of "The DaVinci Code"

"Mostly, though, The Da Vinci Code, the book, is a barely fictionalized Comparative Mythology for Dummies, and so the movie is, too. Which isn’t entirely a bad thing -- more people need to be exposed to many of the ideas that prop up this tale, and as popular as the book as been, still more people will see the movie version. If you already know who Mithras is, though, or have heard of such ideas as “the divine feminine,” you’ll find that much that is exciting about The Da Vinci Code to uninformed audiences will leave you less than thrilled."

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