Author Archives: James Monjack

Learning to Code

I recently came across an excellent infographic which attempts to provide a visual overview of the main programming languages as well as the possible benefits of learning each one: Reproduced with permission from

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World Food Programme – Gaming For Good

I have been meaning to write about the United Nations World Food Programme and their amazing work for sometime. WFPs Free Rice website is a wonderfully simple concept, in essence it provides a range of “games” mainly in the form … Continue reading

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Generate your own Android Apps For Free!

The MIT Center for Mobile Learning has just announced that they are meeting their goal of making MIT App Inventor available as a public service in the first quarter of 2012.   For the past two months, we have been conducting … Continue reading

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Gametuned on The Gene Pool

I was this weeks guest on Martin Franklin’s Digital Culture Podcast “The Gene Pool” which can be accessed directly here or played in iTunes by clicking on the banner below. It takes 10,000 hours of practice for musicians to approach virtuoso status. … Continue reading

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Enterprise Gamification – Approach With Caution

Lauren Carlson, CRM Market Analyst for Software Advice the Austin TX based advisory firm has recently posted an excellent article entitled Gamification: The Key to Preventing Support Agent Burnout on the company’s CRM blog. I found this post of particular interest … Continue reading

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