I've returned from what seems like the longest and most wonderful vacation ever. Lots of consecutive weeks stranded on the island Öland have really done good. I managed to play through Star Wars KotOR and half way through one of the most debated games right now: GTA San Andreas.
Both games are wonderful.
The Economist's special report this week is on video gaming. As (almost) always, they manage to cover the topic really well. They compare today's aversions toward computer games with Socrates' objections to written texts (since they always give unvarying answers!), et cetera.
The perhaps funniest "interpretation" of the report comes from Johan Norberg: