NDAD INSIGHTS NDAD adds chief operations officer
Don Santer has joined NDAD as chief operations officer, giving him oversight of the North Dakota nonprofit organizations entrepreneurial efforts.
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OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Picking Up the Diversity Gauntlet
Talking about race in Dungeons & Dragons is a tricky thing.
First of all, you've got a whole range of fictional races--elves, half-demons, part-angels, dwarves and gnomes--to choose from. And the... Posted on 6/6/12 at 11:00 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Power to the Players
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Creating a sports version of the gambling devices known as tip boards would generate more money for charities while helping fund the stadium, said Rep. John Kriesel, R-Cottage Grove, who put forward the proposal.
If you ever find yourself in a crowd of hard-core console gamers and want to earn some instant cred (or just get them off your back), simply stare off into the distance, sigh wistfully and mutter that nothing will ever compare with the dozens of blissful hours you spent with that ineffable 1997 masterpiece, "Final Fantasy VII."
North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says a new federal Justice Department opinion on Internet gambling is a reversal of policy.
The department says a federal law called the Wire Act only prohibits sports betting over the Internet.
A flight attendant was the subject of a Twitter tirade from Alec Baldwin after the actor was booted from a plane at Los Angeles International Airport for playing a word game on his cell phone as the plane was about to depart for New York.
ValleyCon 37, a celebration of popular culture Friday through Sunday at the Fargo Civic Auditorium, will feature film and television, books, game tournaments, comics, books, toys, art and more, its organizers say.
The inaugural "Call of Duty XP" convention more closely resembled Disneyland than an actual battleground as the two-day event celebrating the shoot-'em-up video game franchise took flight at an old airfield in Los Angeles.
For most of the population, technology is a tool to enhance our lives. Our phone beeps, and we feel compelled to check whatever new text, email or tweet has come our way. Recently, indications of something more malicious have started to rumble. Technology has the potential to cause addictive behavior, experts say.
The White Earth Tribal Court denied motions made by Angelo Medure and his alter ego Gaming World International (GWI) for a new trial clearing the way for the people of White Earth to recover on a nearly $20 million judgment against Medure and Gaming World International.
Gambling in this context is an obvious dodge. It’s just a way of avoiding the hard road — the road that demands tax hikes and spending cuts; the road on which both Republicans and Democrats would anger their core constituencies.
The DFL Party has been a prime supporter of letting American Indian tribes in Minnesota keep exclusive rights to casino gaming.
But Florida has come up with a compromise that lets the Seminole Nation maintain exclusive rights to 'table games' and 'Las Vegas-style slots' in the tribe's casinos.
The end of the year offers a chance to look back on all that's come and gone in the past 12 months. It also offers a chance to use that knowledge of the past to bet on the outcome of the next 12 months for fun and profit.
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