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Great Blog with very good posts. you to create an realistic avatar to both socialise and play games with. And games are becoming watchable in their own right as the cameras capturing the play become more sophisticated, and they are starting to be used to tell stories rather than merely displaying destruction or slick moves.Commendable job done by you. Congratulations!!!

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Interactivity is for sure the path where will entertainment go. I like the intuitive name to,entertainment 2.0..Very good post. Keep up with good work.

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The media are intriguing themselve with the interactive world. It make it make easy to find everything from one place.

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a funny but true description for people now a days since a lot of people has abandoned watching tv's.

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This is very exciting time to live because all of this progress...But still, the problem is that people are loosing their humanity...

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