Color wars online - Page 2

Why divide a gregarious social space into meaningless factions?
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It spread that fast — as fast, perhaps, as our desire to form alliances based on conflict.

So forgive me if I can't think of Ze Frank's little game as something "fun," like summer camp. It was about as fun as the Stanford Prison Experiment, and just as revealing.

Annalee Newitz (annalee@techsploitation.com) is a surly media nerd who lives in the prehistory of human civilization.

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