I can understand why wikipedia would take down an article like that. ?You need to write it with a neutral point of view
. ?Don't say it's important: let its importance speak for itself. ?Also, you need to have evidence that you did not make this all up (Verifiability
, No Original Research
) by linking to some references.
Btw, what happens Tuesday night?
On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 2:21 AM, Japheth Dillman <[address removed]>
Japheth here. ?Gamification is becoming a VERY hot topic lately.
Unfortunately, Wikipedia keeps taking it down :(
The possible applications of Gamification are near infinite with many
believing that Gamification will impact everything from the web to real
life. It is becoming increasingly popular and simultaneously more and more
Because of this, some friends of mine and I have decided to start up a new
wiki on the topic of Gamification. ?I'd LOVE to see some real game
designers contribute their thoughts:
I'll see you all Tuesday night!
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