"You have to pay for online access for the PS4 now as well!" As though that's actually a supportive argument for the Xbox One.
"I'm glad there is always-on DRM so that I can download and play my games on other people's consoles while signed in!" As though MS is incapable of making the 24 connection requirement only necessary for digitally purchased games, and allow you to only play disc-purchased games when you have the disc.
"I always have internet, so this isn't a problem for me!" As though Xbox Live has never been down for several days at a time before (or been weird about not letting large numbers of people sign in while others have no problem)
I've never been a Sony fan, and I still don't know if I can trust the company that pulled the rootkit scandal. What I do know is that I am absolutely not going to a be a Microsoft customer this next generation. I will probably get a Wii U to play 1st party Nintendo games, and do the rest of my gaming on PC. Sony still has a shot at convincing me to get a PS4, but Microsoft has already lost me.
the web browser has ways to go if you are trying to put a league of legends, world of warcraft, or COD in the browser.
I would argue that "ways to go" has been getting much shorter.
How do you carry on your family name with a female heir?
By not supporting archaic social customs that suggest males are superior to females and are the only way to extend your family legacy.
You forget not everyone has your cultural values
Right, some of us believe in equality.
Whether or not I'm a parent has absolutely dick to do with whether or not my statements are correct.
That may be true if you have a background in psychology, or have something which lends to the authenticity of your message, but in lacking suck credentials, some parenting experience would be better than none.
Speaking of critical thinking skills; here's some extra support for what I've been saying (and you haven't);
You then proceed to link a quote from an article which suggests the presence of studies, but provides no links or sources to such studies. I don't disagree with most of what you're saying, but the link you posted offers your argument little credibility.
I expect the same would be true of my current employer (Google), but I haven't yet managed to get a referral hired.
I'm sure there are plenty of people here that would love to help you out with that.