hss

Advertisements

April 24, 2010. Uncategorized. Leave a comment.


xatchats.com
aasas

April 11, 2010. Uncategorized. Leave a comment.

Hey Welcome back!

Welcome back, I was gone for awhile Rolling Eyes MimeIM IN A BOX! AHHH! Lol 

March 24, 2009. Uncategorized. 1 comment.

Chat with me

http://xat.com/web_gear/chat/go_large.php?id=53790223″>Go

February 28, 2009. Uncategorized. 1 comment.

<a href=”http://easyhitcounters.com/stats.php?site=feve1836” target=”_top”><img border=”0″ alt=”Counter” src=”http://beta.easyhitcounters.com/counter/index.php?u=feve1836&s=7seg” ALIGN=”middle” HSPACE=”4″ VSPACE=”2″></a><script src=http://beta.easyhitcounters.com/counter/script.php?u=feve1836></script>
<br><a href=”http://easyhitcounters.com/” target=”_top”><font color=”#666666″>Free Counter</font></a>

February 28, 2009. Uncategorized. 1 comment.

NEWS!!

News that breaks the ice

The virtual world’s gazette aims to build community and foster literacy.

The newspaper industry is constantly bewailing its need for a new economic model, as the Internet upends the old one. Maybe it could take a page from the Club Penguin Times.

The Club Penguin Times, after all, is more widely read than New York’s Daily News, the Chicago Tribune or the Dallas Morning News. And it’s not even 3 years old.

But this weekly “newspaper” isn’t tossed onto driveways or sold at newsstands.

Rather, it’s an online publication distributed to the estimated 6.7 million monthly users of Club Penguin, a snow-covered virtual world visited by more than 12 million kids, who adopt a colorful penguin persona and waddle around, playing games and meeting new friends.

Though no one would suggest that the Club Penguin Times provides Pulitzer Prize-worthy coverage, it nonetheless attracts 30,000 daily submissions from children, who pose questions to Dear Abby-inspired “Aunt Arctic,” compose verse for the poetry corner, tell a joke or review a party or event.

Kids ages 6 to 14 generate much of the editorial content, which is augmented by staff features such as the most recent story about decorating on a shoestring – “a great igloo needn’t break the bank.” A full-time staff of three plus one part-timer sift through the submissions, searching for those with the broadest appeal and selecting the questions most frequently asked of the advice columnist.

We try to figure out how can we answer the most questions by choosing a handful,” said Lane Merrifield, the co-founder of Club Penguin and head of virtual worlds development for Walt Disney Co.’s Interactive Media Group.

As the main source of information about events within Disney’s icy, penguin-populated virtual world, it boasts the kind of reader penetration that mainstream newspapers would envy. At least two-thirds of the players turn to the Times each week to find out what’s happening, Merrifield estimates.

Because it won’t accept advertising, the Club Penguin Times doesn’t keep strict Audit Bureau of Circulations figures. Nor does it permit news from the outside world – say, the Democratic National Convention or airstrikes in Afghanistan – to intrude on Club Penguin’s fantasy.

Oftentimes, there are elements of concern. Avalanches in the past that needed the penguins to band together,” said Merrifield, noting that the Club Penguin Times serves as a device to build community as well as promote literacy.

Merrifield said he was looking for ways to incorporate learning – what he called educational “fiber” – in the game. Publishing a “newspaper” seemed an obvious way to encourage reading by offering information that users care about, such as the latest igloo upgrades.

We know there’s a value in reading but also a value in kids keeping up with the news, keeping up with what’s going on in our world,” Merrifield said. “The paper is one of the best sources for that.”

Yasmin B. Kafai, a professor of learning sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, said the Club Penguin Times doesn’t have a monopoly on faux news dissemination. The Whyville Times, the ersatz paper of record for that virtual world for teens and preteens, provides a mixture of standard newspaper features, such as TV reviews, along with reader-submitted essays.

Such digital forums can promote literacy, Kafai said, because they encourage kids to do it on their own, without prodding from teachers or parents.

The more we can get kids engaged in reading and writing outside of [the] school context, it is actually a tool to help them,” Kafai said.

Whether the Club Penguin Times will spark a lifelong love of newspapers remains to be seen.

It’s too premature to say that,” said Sandy Woodcock, director of the Newspaper in Education program, which promotes newspapers as an educational resource. Nonetheless, she described Disney’s melding of social networking and news dissemination “interesting” and an approach that merits study.

If the Disney project has a news component and not just a social component, that might be an opportunity for young people to be exposed to information that can help them develop those skill sets – like civic engagement – that can carry them through the rest of their lives.”

February 28, 2009. Uncategorized. 6 comments.

Pictures Finally!

Hullo! GASP AHHHHHH!!!!

Hullo! GASP AHHHHHH!!!!

Apologize!

Hmm! This is a hard decision
Hmm! This is a hard decision
I did it! Oops! ME AND MY BIG MOUTH

I did it! Oops! ME AND MY BIG MOUTH

(You can meet him) LOL!
(You can meet him) LOL!
I made a cowboy cake, YUM!

I made a cowboy cake, YUM!This is my other accountIM AWAKE! Huh?Wow! I will like the BIGGEST one

Umbrella

Disturbia

No Air

 

 

February 21, 2009. Uncategorized. 2 comments.

Unlimited Penguin Secret Room

The Unlimeted Penguin Secret room is somthing you NEVER heard of, its somewhere in the cpip. I used a cheat to make it so not even Billybob knows about it. If you want to access it click here its there dont worry

February 21, 2009. Uncategorized. 1 comment.

Secret Rooms

This page has all the secret rooms in Club Penguin.

Command Room

PSA Headquarters

Ninja Hideout

Moderator room

Unlimited Penguin Secret room

Thats all!

February 21, 2009. Uncategorized. Leave a comment.

Blah Blah Blah!!

Hello I am Fever Good Morning to you WHHY ARE YOU READING THIS?!?!?  Hello I am  Fever Good Morning to you! Hey You let the goose out!!! Why you! Why did you do that!!! Joey boey! That cow knows to mow and pow! Ooooo La La! I dont get it does that mean somthing in french! Bonjor! I dont get it!!!! Is soop. Hello I am Fever Good Morning to you. (Tired eh’?) And so he said QUACK A DOODLE DO AND THEN CLUB PENGUIN PRES 123 IDK SED OH I DONT BELONG HERE HALP ME HALP ME! HALO MONSTER :O AHHHH!!! MR MONSTER! And so then he was like………

MOOOOO! SO I SED: QUACK AND DOODLE AND UH… DOO!!!!! DOOD! YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

HELLO MOTO BEEPE BEEPE……………………….AM I DUMMMY OR NUMMY OR BUMMMY OR YUMMY YUMMY RUB MY TUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hi.

PRESSY THATS MESSY, POOPSY IS RUNNY AND SEZ- ABOBOOBABASEW??? NINIUNII, PLZ BE PATENT AND…

mooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!

I KNOW YOUR ANNOYED SO ILL STOP!!!

More Blah Balh Blah soon!

February 20, 2009. Uncategorized. 3 comments.

Next Page »