Meet some of the world's most exclusive bloggers on Games issues
Bizymoms has chosen some of the world’s top-notch bloggers who are maintaining hugely popular blogs to discuss everything related to games. Bizymoms recognizes these wonderful men and women for their great endeavor to reach out to humanity using the extraordinary power of blogging in such a positive way. This is an exceptional series of interviews with these bloggers to get an insight into their bright minds, and to understand what they stand for when it comes to games. This series comes exclusively from Bizymoms for its reader community. Check it out and learn something new and unique from each of these world-class bloggers.
Andrew S. Bub is The GamerDad! According to the Associated Press, he is the #1 independent expert on the issue of videogame violence and children. He encourages parents to get involved and play games with their kids. GamerDad.com is a blog where parents can ask questions, participate in discussions and learn about games that GamerDad's readers are playing. Quoted newspapers and magazines include The New York Times, London Times, USA Today, Family
Melanie M. Lazarus, MPH is the Director of Marketing for serious game developer Archimage and its online health games subsidiary Playnormous. She is the author and editor of Monster's Blog and healthGAMERS, both of which are designed to educate the public about the fascinating field of Games for Health. Melanie holds a Master of Public Health in Health Promotion and Behavioral Science from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston,
Damon Sainter is an iPhone Reviewer for many various websites. After buying an iPod Touch in June 2008 he immediately became addicted with it when the App Store opened a few months later. After half a year of buying amazing games and having no one to tell them about he decided to create a small blog to be run by himself called iFoneReviews in January 2009. Damon's has had reviews on ThePortableGamer.com and is a regular reviewer on TheAppEra.com.