"Collaborations always already involve strategies and tactics, and sometimes all the players believe they won the game."
posted by Anne at 8:25 PM
oooh... I know some alternate reality gamers who should be chewing on that very provocative statement! very nice, looking forward to reading the surrounding ideas in context....
Mais pourquoi the run on sentence? some kind of already-won competition? *giggle* the tactic of believing that victory is in the past as spur to future work/play. cool.
Perhaps a related extreme case: Have you run across John Boyd's approach to innovation? He was the chief architect for the F15 and F16 fighter jets and developed techniques for acting and reflection in demanding environments.Brief Wikipedia intro: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Boyd_(military_strategist)Interesting story.Excerpt: "...the key to victory is to be able to create situations wherein one can make appropriate decisions more quickly than one's opponent."( congrats on phd excitement )
jane - thanks :)francois - jeux sans frontieres...jason harlan! good to hear from you. and the military example is interesting - i was thinking de certeau's strategies and tactics.jane - do you have a discussion in your dissertation about the differences between playing and gaming?
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