Monthly Archives: April 2010

LIFE 2.0 Film Panel: Is Online Gaming Addictive?

I’ll be appearing on a panel at the San Francisco International Film Festival entitled “Logging Off: Is Online Gaming Addictive?” as an adjunct to their screening of a documentary about Second Life entitled Life 2.0: Sunday, May 2 Film: 1:00

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Posted in Gaming, Online culture, Public Events, Reading List, Virtual worlds

Opening Up Online

A recent study by two psychologists from the University of Amsterdam looks at the evolution of online discourse amongst teenagers over the last couple of decades. As they delve into how the saturation of Internet access and the emergence of

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Posted in General Online Communication, Trust/Privacy, Uncategorized
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Paul Silverman, MFT
San Francisco, CA

415/820-1590 paul@sfcounseling.net

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