Flying Princesses and Sportive Octopuses

My radio silence is the result of a perfect storm–reporting trips, upcoming holidays, and the minor matter of my deadline for turning in my book at the end of the year. Any free moment gets gobbled up before I can even think about blogging. But I can point you to some pieces of mine that are now coming out in various non-blog outlets. First up: the natural history of play. It’s part of a special report on games that appeared yesterday in Forbes.com.

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