• Third Sector Radio USA

    This seems like a well thought-out program that not only considers a wide variety of variables and does not give too much weight to the useer’s perspective. What we do not have the ability to program in is the temporal aspects of perspectives, such as growing up experiencing discrimination and bigotry or being very-long-term (more than two years) unemployed. Perhaps that ability is not far off.
    I will take issue with the statement “…technologies associated with couch-potato individualizing entertainment actually take kids outside…” A VR experience of the Great Wall or the Great Barrier Reef is still a virtual experience, missing all the risks and rewards of a real experience. Let’s not confuse created experience with real.