Lifelong Learning Minute: Otronicon
Otronicon is an interactive technology expo that features video games to demonstrate the future of living, learning, working and playing -- at all ages!
Nintendo Wii Fit
The next big evolution in exercise equipment has arrived. Only you may have to fight your kids for a chance to use it. The Nintendo Wii is suddenly the newest must-have accessory for your morning workout.
Who's Got Game?
It turns out there's more than joy in the joy stick. Research shows that gaming is good for brain health. To see for ourselves, GB stopped by a video game cafe and discovered the new world of intergenerational gaming.
Can You Say 'Wiiii'?
A group of grandparents bought their grandkids Wii video game systems but decided they were too much fun to just let the kids enjoy.
The Hardest to Get Holiday Gift ... Ever?
Better cross Wii off your Christmas list. Move over Furby and Tickle Me Elmo. The Nintendo Wii has not only become this season's must have gift -- it may be the hardest to get holiday gift of all time and is causing near mass hysteria.
GET A LIFE! FOR REAL.
Before I begin with my topic, let me just say that I am fully aware that I am about to sound like my father used to, telling me about how he had to walk several miles to school, in the snow, by foot, with wild packs of dogs chasing him all the way. Okay, he never said the last part but you know what I mean. Anyway, this is my official disclaimer that I realize that I am going to sound somewhat...
GOBO 103: Dreams Come True
From caviar dreams to the fantasy world of video games, this week's Growing Bolder TV Show proves dreams do come true.
An Interview with Shaquille O'Neal: Discovering the Athlete Within
You couldn’t grow up on a farm in Iowa in the ’50s and ’60s without
playing basketball. The game was the center of my universe as well as
that of my schoolmates. Acquiring the skills of the sport was so
important that my father converted the haymow of our barn into a
full-length basketball court. When he began teaching me the game in
first grade, I struggled to throw the ball high...