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Monday, February 27, 2006

Play Money Does Rutgers  

Those of you within striking distance of New Brunswick, New Jersey, are in for a treat. Next Tuesday (March 7) at 4:30 p.m., I will apparently be performing some kind of Kabuki fan dance in the 4th floor teleconference room of Rutgers University's Alexander Library. So the poster seems to imply anyway. All I know is I promised to give a talk on the themes of Play Money, the book I am just now hammering into something like a final shape. But I'll see if I can't remember where I put my kimono and rice powder.

2:39 PM

Monday, February 13, 2006

Virtual Profits, the IRS, and Me (On NPR's Morning Edition)  
Ripped from the pages of NPR's own website, the story they didn't want you to hear, or you were too busy to listen to, or whatever:

Online Gaming, Money and Tax Law

Morning Edition, February 10, 2006 Some players of online role-playing games are so determined that they will pay real money to get ahead. Steve Inskeep talks with Julian Dibbell, who wrote about the tax implications of this practice in a recent issue of Legal Affairs.

Listen to the Morning Edition interview.

Read the Legal Affairs article.

1:20 PM

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