Eastward Bound

Next week, I will be traveling east for several days on what seems to be a bi-annual pilgrimage to several cities, meeting with collaborators and friendly faces. As I have stated before many times, I hate traveling, but I love my peeps so here’s to living out of a suitcase.

I will be:

… at the annual Games for Health Conference in Boston, from June 12-14.

… at the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University in Cambridge on June 15.

… at the 4th Annual Arm Amputee Meet & Greet in Washington, D.C. on June 16.

… at the Art of Video Games Exhibit in Washington, D.C. on June 17.

… at the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, CT on June 18.




Games for Health 2010 notes

Guest blog posts for RWJF at

http://rwjfblogs.typepad.com/pioneer/2010/05/games-for-health-conference-day-2-highlights-.html

and

http://rwjfblogs.typepad.com/pioneer/2010/05/games-for-health-conference-a-look-back-at-day-1-from-hgr-grantee-marientina-gotsis.html




Games for Health 2010!

I will be in in Boston for the Annual Games for Health Conference from May 23 to May 28. I have followed this conference since its first few steps and it has grown and impressed me and surprised me. This year, I am giving a talk on mobile games for health focused more on the Wellness Partners Study funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation during the “Out & About: The Mobile Serious Games Conference” on the 25th and a talk during the regular tracks of the Games for Health Conference on my experience teaching design for games for health from the past two years of CTIN 492 Experimental Game Topics.

If you want to chat while I am there, drop me an email at my first name at yahoo.




A Warm Welcome!

I hadn’t updated my website since 2003 and it has become embarrassing to ask people to “just Google me”. After all, Google doesn’t tell the whole story…I bit the bullet, installed WordPress and started writing. Six years is a pretty long time. I guess I have been pretty busy and I am not as young as I used to be 😉

I hope you enjoy the new website. I have been living in the past for too long!