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The Game Neverending

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Wap
01-27-2006
10:52 AM ET (US)
Thanks

Wap
http://www.itsit.nl
Edited 01-27-2006 10:52 AM
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Stewart
08-04-2003
08:00 PM ET (US)
Nope, different Ben (our Ben is LA/SF/NYC -- never lived in Illinois).
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andee
08-03-2003
09:05 PM ET (US)
Question to Stewart or anyone who knows:

Is the "Ben C" quoted in your interview the same "Ben" mentioned at the top of Sarah Granger's article on two degrees of separation? Curious.

Also, I like the emphasis on play too.
Thx.
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Michael
05-07-2003
02:57 PM ET (US)
Stewart and the Ludicorp team are certainly on to something extraordinary with GNE.

The assumption of "neverending-ness" is the assumption that GNE will mimic life's moment by moment opportunity for transformation of individual and community. Further, I see GNE exploring, creating and defining new realms of what's possible for human beings on this planet, now. . . that's real transformation. Exciting!

"Play" as a distinction, is cornerstone in growth and development as an ongoing part of life. It's for those who want their lives to be as great as they can be, to live as productive members of a community, to grow in wisdom, to develop themselves in ways that open up new avenues of exploration in living full, contributing, and happy lives.

Think about it, in GNE you explore using the qualities of a child at play - such as curiosity, wonderment, invention, and engagement - with the maturity and wisdom of adulthood.

Way to go Ludicorp!
divir@adelphia.net
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