Friday, May 20
Examiner Success Stories: Building virtual worlds and real audiences
Michael Tresca is a game designer, author, communicator and artist. He had been a professional freelance writer in the gaming field before he discovered Examiner.com. He was drawn by the freedom the site offered so that he could define his own column. That’s when he became a role-playing game Examiner. But defining the column was rooted in the much larger story of defining the Internet and the World Wide Web. His master’s thesis, The Impact of Anonymity on Disinhibitive Behavior Through Computer-Mandated Communication, was published in 1998. By analyzing posts from a law enforcement news group, it revealed the dark side of human interactions via computers.
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