Each night this week, Kellian Adams-Pletcher and her husband Brian have looked out from their Somerville, Mass., home and seen the same thing: dozens of people, all sitting in the tiny park across the street, mobile phones in hand.

The crowds are, of course, hunting for elusive digital monsters in the augmented reality game Pokémon Go. Turns out the park has four “Poké Stops,” virtual hotspots where the sought-after creatures and supplies can be found.

Source: Educators see gold in Pokémon Go

Maybe I should start a new website, PokemonGoEd.com and aggregate all of the stories there. 🙂

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