- The No-Twinkie Database — These are all the Twinkie Denial Conditions described in my “Bad Game Designer, No Twinkie!” Designer’s Notebook columns. Each one is an egregious design error, although many of them have appeared in otherwise great games. A collection of “don’t do this” for app designers. (via waxy)
- Cloud Privacy Heat Map (Forrester) — a map showing the degree of legal support for privacy and data protection across various jurisdictions. (via azaaza on Twitter)
- Wesabe on GitHub — Wesabe has closed, but is open sourcing its code.
- Laurie Santos TED Talk — monkeys make similar irrational decisions as we do. “The errors we make are predictable and immune to evidence.” Sound like you? Watch this excellent talk.
Four short links: 30 July 2010
Game Mechanics, Data Privacy, Wesabe Open Source, and Monkey Economics
tags: behavioral economics, data, games, law, open source, privacy, psychology, social software, wesabe