One has to wonder if it Sparx specifically, or gaming in general that provides the most benefit. Given that most of the symptoms of depression relate to a feeling of being unable to influence one's environment (powerlessness, helplessness, ennui, etc) and games are specifically designed to make one feel powerful but challenged (if they hit the sweet spot).
In case you didn't know, SC2 has been open sourced as "The Ur-Quan Masters": http://sc2.sourceforge.net/
I still enjoy some Super Melee now and then.
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I probably lean a little more towards Aqua Velva than I do Aqua Vitae.
Damn! Beat me to it!
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has been posting mugshots for years. I still have the screencap that one time a co-worker got busted (and no, he never came back to work)...
I agree - this title is easily top-10 in Slashdot's history of misleading/inflammatory article titles.
(And that's a damn big list to get to the front of!
Whatever the reason, nobody is ever going to trust Lamo with a secret again.
I have a question regarding the length of the trial. I've always wondered what I would do if I were picked to sit on a jury for something so complex/lengthy. Can you elaborate on how you/your employer handled a jury assignment of such length?
That's not a smart six year old, it's an evil one. If threatened by such a child, take advantage of the Safe Haven laws and drop that little imp off at the nearest hospital, never to be seen again.
Thank you, Santa Clara, for taking some heat off Arizona (even if only momentarily) in the stupid legislation department!
You can lead a horse to water...
Forcing someone to sit in a training class doesn't mean they'll actually learn anything beyond what it takes to complete the course. For everything else, the helpdesk will pull their fat out of the fire.
Breadth-first search is the bulldozer of science. -- Randy Goebel