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05.09.2007 - 00:00
11.09.2007 - 23:59

GOODBYE PRIVACY: Festival Ars Electronica 2007
(Linz, April 11, 2007) A new culture of everyday life is now upon us, bracketed by the angst-inducing scenarios of seamless surveillance and the zest we bring to staging our public personas via digital media. One in which everything seems to be public and nothing’s private anymore.


Dates: September 5-11.
Location: throughout the City of Linz.

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DiGRA Tokyo Konferenz

24.09.2007 - 00:00
28.09.2007 - 23:59


DiGRA - Digital Games Research Association
International Conference

Date: September 24.(Mon.) - September 28. (Fri.)
Venue: The University of Tokyo, Hongo campus 3-1, 7-chome Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-0033, Japan
Phone: +81-3-5841-2111 (main switchboard number)
Official language: English (and translation Japanese into English in some cases )



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Digra Tokyo Registration Deadline

08.09.2007 - 00:00
08.09.2007 - 23:59

** Normal Registration Deadline is 8 September, 2007 19:59 JST (7 September, 23:59 Apia time)


Die weltgrößte game studies Konferenz wird gehalten vom:
24-28.9.2007 in Tokyo.

more: http://www.digra2007.jp/index.html

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London Game Research Group Meeting

24.05.2007 - 16:30
24.05.2007 - 23:50

London Game Research Group, May meeting
Gaming & Virtual Worlds Public Policy Workshop, Ren Reynolds Thursday, 24th of May, 16:30 at the London Knowledge Lab, IoE, University of London Address – see


Title: Gaming & Virtual Worlds Public Policy Workshop

Overview: Ren Reynolds will lead a discussion about the public policy issues bought about by computer games and virtual worlds. The discussion will focus on identifying which policy debates would most benefit from interventions informed by a rigorous, research based approach.


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Netgames 2007

19.09.2007 - 00:00
20.09.2007 - 23:59

6th Annual Workshop on Network and Systems Support for Games: Netgames 2007
September 19th and 20th 2007, Melbourne, Australia

In co-operation with ACM SIGCOMM


The NetGames workshop brings together researchers and developers from academia and industry to present new research in understanding networked games and in enabling the next generation of them. Submissions are sought in any area related to networked games. In particular, topics of interest include (but are not limited to) game-related work in:


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LA Games Conference

21.05.2007 - 00:00
22.05.2007 - 23:59

Games+Mobile Forum to Unite Social Media & Games
Los Angeles, CA (May 4, 2007) -- The 2007 Games+Mobile Forum at the Hollywood Roosevelt on May 21-22 will focus on the relationship between social media, casual, and mobile games. The casual and mobile games space is exploding in 2007, and it comes as no surprise that social media has become a central part of any Internet strategy.


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ECGBL 2007: The European Conference on Games Based Learning

25.10.2007 - 00:00
26.10.2007 - 23:59

ECGBL 2007: The European Conference on Games Based Learning

Glynhill Hotel, Paisley, Scotland, UK
25-26 October 2007

Over the last ten years, the way in which education and training is delivered has changed considerably with the advent of new technologies. One such new technology that holds considerable promise for helping to engage learners is Games-Based Learning (GBL).


Important dates

Abstract submission deadline: 17 May 2007
Notification of abstract acceptance: 24 May 2007


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