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Brad Trnavsky
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Lol! I'd love a card with Tromple! +Mark Rosewater can we make that a thing? This AI is onto something. 
I don't know how many of you know about magic the gathering, but this is an interesting application of AI. 
The are over 13,000 Magic: The Gathering cards, each of which fits uniquely into an incredibly rich, decades-old world of lore, rules, tokens, and tournaments. It takes years to master the game, and even then a new set of cards comes every few months to shake things up. That's why it's wonderful to see what kinds of innovation and oddity a days old artificial intelligence can come up with. I'm sorry..What does morph do again? MTGSalvation user Ta...
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Tromple sounds like fresh out of a Dolan comic… (but I couldn't think of a clever one)

or a clever take on Dolan Tromp?
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This COULD be GREAT or epic fail. So far I've been happy with +Marvel Entertainment movies though so I'm optimistic. 
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I TOTALLY forgot about that... hence no Avengers/ X-Men crossover. All hope is lost. You just ruined it for me. ;)
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This is pretty terrifying to think about!
Breaking news: After hackers killed a Jeep driving down the highway with a WIRED writer in it, Chrysler is recalling 1.4 million cars.
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Sad but true...

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I wonder how long it took someone to bend a paper clip like this and call it good? 
Airbnb's new brand resembles the logos of several other companies. Looks like someone forgot to do a Google Image Search.
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I'm running +13th Age campaign in my game shop. I JUST got The Eye Of The Stone Thief and I'm really excited to use it. Anyone have some advice on running this? Is there plot in the book or is it all just dungeon crawling? I haven't gotten to tear into it yet... #13thage
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I'm running +13th Age campaign in my game shop. I JUST got The Eye Of The Stone Thief and I'm really excited to use it. Anyone have some advice on running this? Is there plot in the book or is it all just dungeon crawling? I haven't gotten to tear into it yet... #13thage
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Great stuff here for #teachers !
If I had written this article two years ago, it would have been very different. Back then, I would have made (or felt like I had to make) a compelling case for why we should even consider the idea of incorporating video games into classroom instruction. Back then, I would have expected most reade
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Wow... I just realized how much I have neglected my Google + account. I use to spend hours a day here. How has everyone been? Is the rumor that Google + is dead true now? or have I just been missing out? 
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No problem. It was a LOT of work but took less money than I expected. It's also a LOT of fun. Don't forget a TON of work! lol. Seriously though... Any time. 
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I'm a big fan of starting over. 
I've always loved the concept of the old adventurer, the veteran explorer who's been traveling the land for years, experiencing numerous different quests and refusing to retire. However, it's a concept that can be somewhat di...
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I'm not sure how I feel about this app... Who uses it? Do I really want to see the anonymous inner thoughts of my friends? Sometimes I think I see enough here! 
Secret, the popular anonymous-sharing app, raised $25 million. Here's how it went from poorly designed messaging app to red-hot startup.
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I am Teacher / Coach / Game Store Owner. I'm also a dad, geek, gamer, writer, and collector of comics!

I am a English teacher and girls volleyball, basketball, and track coach. I also own Halflings Hideaway Games In Gilmer Texas. I am very interested in gamification, but am also really into RPG’s, board games, video games, and basically any other kind of game or sport! Outside of gaming, I have a background in sales management and marketing. I primarily blog about social media, blogging, sales, leadership, management, and gaming though you will see other geeky content from me. I have very eclectic taste and love to learn and share new ideas. I am always looking for new projects or ideas to support and am willing to lend an ear, help spread the word, or jump in whole hog if I find the project interesting!


In addition to that I am a husband, father, and entrepreneur. I am a collector of comic books, lover of Sci-Fi, and runner. I blog at if you want to know more about me reach out in a PM. :)


  • Capella University
    Doctor of Education, 2009 - present
  • The Evergreen State College
    Bachelors Degree in Business Entrepreneurship and Economics
  • University of Phoenix
    Master of Business Administration
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  • Tyler ISD
    Teacher / Coach, 2015 - present
  • Vista College
    Director of Admissions, 2013 - 2014
  • DeVry University
    Director of Admissions, 2012 - 2013
  • ITT Technical Institute
    Director of Admissions, 2006 - 2012
  • Sales Management 2.0
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  • University of Phoenix
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