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August 04, 2008


Jonathan Yarmis

I wonder whether this is a statement about Nintendo or about 7 year old children. They're probably capable of things you and I wouldn't, and shouldn't, go near. :)

Adam Cohen

Hey John - I do like to think of myself as a kid inside though ;)

It could also be a statement about age and technology. For crying out loud, I remember when we first got cable - no remote, just a long box with an individual button to press for each channel. Same 7 year old knows how to work Tivo (another great "simple" example).

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