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Gaming in Libraries? Definitely.

Mon, 08/27/2007 - 9:18pm

Eli talking trash

While AADL has had gaming for some time it still remains just a possibility for most libraries. However, interest is growing and this year even ALA put on a Gaming, Libraries and Learning Symposium featuring non-other then our own Eli. You can listen to his talk about choosing games for your library here.


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They also have audio of Eli's feature presentation including the announcement of the GT System. Audio from their other presentations available if you like voices other than Eli's.

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Does anyone here with a Wii have Mario Strikers Charged? If you do, post your friend code heah!
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"OK, next year we're going to change the tournament name from AADL-GT to AADL-G<strong>R</strong>... "Goat Rodeo!!!" - Eli <strong>
5000th comment poster!</strong>[gtlogo:VMC]

lol john u trying to get shot or something
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"STD at my house on friday!!!!"
-me

"why would i want your std?"
-limabean

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too bad 50 cents garbage, and he actually only got shot 3 times

i think
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"STD at my house on friday!!!!"
-me

"why would i want your std?"
-limabean

Holder of the 9000th post!!!

Awesome, I now have a new idea for a quote.

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"And you can adjust...how big their boobs are and how much they jiggle. I'm not kidding! You can pause the game and go into the menu: Jiggle more/Jiggle less"-Eli
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Just to be clear, that quote was talking about the jiggle factor as a bad thing. Not that many librarians would look at DOA and say "Yeah! That's the game for my event", but I just wanted to let them know how up front some titles were about their focus. =)

In reply to by johninabox (not verified)

eli will there be any legendary pokemon restrictions for the pokemon tourney. Also how is it that some that is lower then me on the leader board is at a higher level then myself.

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