read a joke once that said that computer professionals were the only ones that got excited when things actually worked
that wasn't a joke, we were being serious, but as usual...
and as far as the evil of tv and games go, I'm not sure that research is keeping up with led displays and high refresh rates, nor even with 1080p and the peculiar jitter from various pulldown patterns, and even the audio pitch shift associated with some of these arcane remapping techniques.
I'm inclined to believe that some of the learning issues associated with delta rhythym push from conventional CRT TV's may become less of an issue as a change in epilepsy related problems, particularly the 3SD of status epilepticus without long term damage diagnoses become more common.
Did think, on first blush, that this topic could become positively litigous, but it's looking interesting instead, and maybe Steve Earle doesn't really mind his bluegrass take on the world being rendered a little more mainstream country by Brad Paisley
...and of course
ppl [sic] using technology will never understand how or why it works
isn't this the way it always has been, since witches used willow to cure headaches or blue cohosh to to cure pregnancy?
Peter Edmunds ex-Geek