It's not entirely semantic, either; it goes on to say, "But the numbers don't match."
So how is that "quite accurate"?
Personally, I spend a large portion of my time working on our pharmacology database. One of my favorite projects was using VBA to make MS Access fax results to our clients. Other projects include generating lists of samples and the tests they need to run, as well as scripts to integrate chromatograms.
Do you first confirm that it lacks meaning? If not, I imagine it wouldn't be terribly uncommon for your subconscious to pick up a word somewhere without your knowing what it meant, and you might assume it had none and that you'd made it up yourself. Could lead to some awkward moments if the other party actually knows what it really means.
Otherwise, this sounds hilarious.
I get that this could be great for mimicking the mouse click/drag, or for interactive boxing games. But what about its law enforcement potential? How long until this is used to detect possible domestic violence?
"How much poor gameplay will players suffer through in exchange for utterly amazing graphics?"
It's just like real life! Incredible graphics, but with long stretches of boring mechanics. How long will we tolerate it?
Try GBrainy. It's a brain teaser sort of thing. I found it when it came with Edubuntu.
Yes! I saw this just yesterday, when an installation progress bar filled completely. I was pleased, but a moment later, it started over again with no indication that anything had happened. This repeated several times, each one reinforcing the hard truth that I had no idea how long the process would take.