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Written, created, and built by Jake Orlowitz (User:Ocaasi)
Graphic design genius from the uber-talented Heather Walls (User:Heatherawalls)
Expert curation and guidance at every step from the capable hands of Siko Bouterse (User:Seeeko)
Guided Tours development and support from tech-guru Matthew Flaschen (User:Superm401)
Thoughtful, careful, and creative research methods from Jonathan Morgan (User:Jtmorgan)
- Special gratitude goes out to the folks who consulted and assisted along the way
- A huge thank you to the incredible alpha-testers
- Ebe123, Tambelon, Fred Bauder, Pleasant1623, Miss Bono, TheOriginalSoni, Depthdiver, Beaedyson, Ross Hill, As the Crow Flies, Fuhghettaboutit, Checkingfax, Ypnypn, Seraphimblade, Samwalton9, I JethroBT, Pbsouthwood, Matty.007, Estaling, Deskana, Diego Moya, Jackmcbarn, Micru, Fluffernutter, Andrew Gray, Aubrey, EuroCarGT, Figureskatingfan, Markhurd,Ellin Beltz, Cruccone, Atlasowa, Markhurd, Odeesi, Vickytnz, Atdt1991, Yintan, Ragesoss, and Mdann52.
- For deeply informing my research, I cannot recommend highly enough
- "A New Culture of Learning" by Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown; "Game Frame" by Aaron Dignan; and "Reality is Broken" by Jane McGonigal.
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