It may then interest you that one of our professors (Dr. Bonnie Nardi) is conducting research into WoW's social aspects (among other things). I believe she actually received a significant grant for her research and by some reports has some contact with Blizzard.Welch wrote:The World of Warcraft research in your list was actually a VERY great start.
Fighterpilot wrote:Why not do a thesis on the rise of paid for viral marketing on Internet forums ala Nvidia focus group activities and their impact?
It sucks balls too because I'd like to argue the side of "Computers can be good for society" but everything I've been coming across says the opposite, the "Credible" sources anyhow.... uhhh i'm just sick of the whole experience already.... Change of topic lmfao?
Is this really a principle or just a law that forces it to be 13?ShadowTiger wrote:There is an exclusion principle, where people under the age of 13 are not allowed to participate without parental oversight.
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