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Mind Candy’s Michael Acton Smith Confirmed for Edinburgh Interactive Festival 2010

Edinburgh Interactive Festival today announced that Michael Acton Smith, CEO and founder of Mind Candy, will deliver a session at this year’s conference. Acton Smith is hosting a session on the growth of Moshi Monsters, its social online game for kids, entitled How To Make A Monster – Lessons Learned In Creating A Social Gaming Phenomenon. (Culture, Dev, Industry, Michael Acton Smith, Mind Candy, Moshi Monsters, PC)

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