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April 20, 2006

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blooflame

This made me wonder - and do you touch on this anywhere - are there any Web 2.0 gaming companies? I've always thought Nintendo should offer game-making software simple enough for kids to use, but capable enough to do decent games and/or media (machinima, maybe?) in conjunction with their own adapter that plays the games from a CompactFlash or USB flash drive... lots of people hack their own games now, but making a good tool for it for kids would drive sales up I think

Mario

This is really intrested, but there are others firm that use this co-creation? Thanks for the informations.

Mario

This is really intrested, but there are others firm that use this co-creation? Thanks for the informations.

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Companies in Asia are looking at innovative business models with information technology at their core. According to IDC, a research company on information technology and the consumer market, almost one third of large companies will have some form of Web 2.0-enabled business initiative underway by the end of the year.

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

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