A Japanese dating game in which players woo a female avatar may provide valuable training for real-life romance.
I don't know about you, but the thought of going out with a guy who likes to "put the moves on dolls" is quite unnerving. What would be even worse is if it worked on me! (call me crazy but I like to think I'm a little more complex than a video game)
Although this isn't something new to Japanese culture as some males become game obsessed (Otaku) it is frightening that some believe that a video game can replace the affection of a human being.
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The truth about advertising in the higher income groups The Media Online It is generally assumed that higher income individuals drive digital media consumption and that traditional media use is declining in this market.
Very insightful, showing that there is a great need for transparency. especially within pricing and the way materials are sourced in order to see if these people are really worth their wages.
The Unseen Afghan Progress Daily Beast Afghanistan, much like its neighbor Pakistan, has narrowed the digital divide with the West over the past decade by riding the global wave of cheaper mobile phone technology.
(First article) Shows how much we can get caught up with the media depiction of something rather than looking for an unbiased representation ourselves. No one place is wholly bad, so go and find the good.
OMG! New media group creates one-stop digital hub for brands and publishers Bizcommunity.com Media Group is a new-media communications hub rooted in Africa, which specialises in digital publishing, digital and mobile marketing and media strategies...
Great to see that imagination is not dead and people moving foward to give the public what they really want and need and inject that little bit of creativity in what can be quite an monotonous life!
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