Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Is it more ludicrous than a breadbox?

I had a kid bring in a hand-held computerized version of 20 Questions to class today. Can you believe that? I'm not talking about a kid bringing something in that would distract students from their studies. Twenty of my students were fighting over that thing like it was the conch from The Lord of the Flies (The rest were asleep.). I know that happens.

I'm actually talking about this game selling. Are you telling me that people would prefer to pay for the chance to interact with a machine, rather than interact with another human for free?

No, it's not ironic that I'm posting this on the Web for the faceless masses--you guys get me for free.

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