How many people will go to the Sherpa team's site, get incorrect or inaccurate information, and decide that the exchange is not their best option? (even if it is)
The bottleneck is at the point of where you make your first connection to the online service. Everyone is required to do a set of tutorial missions before joining the real servers.
They have it setup like an mmo where the missions are instances. Once you FINALLY get past the tutorial there are almost no problems. In fact, the lobbies I played in where not even full.
That first tutorial instance is the problem.
Of course, there are things that don't apply too.
Maybe you are not a US citizen. If so, have you ever heard of Fox News? and how their messages are aligned with their print and radio distribution channels?
Maybe you are not paying attention http://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/may/16/texas-schools-rewrites-us-history
I am glad they are perfecting this aspect. When the AI is smart enough (and compact enough), it will have a suitable container to be put into.
On that day we will welcome or new robotic overlords (or sexy fembots).
The excitement around facebook and mobile gaming is starting to drain on people. The smart phone revolution is over. People have gotten used to the new shiny and are starting to go back to their former entertainment.
When my mom says she is tired of the farm games and tired of facebook (of which only a year ago she would never spend more than a few minutes away from), thats when I know they are on a downhill slide.
That number is more troubling to me than any pass/fail rates. There doesn't seem to be a love of learning in USA.
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Tell you what though; I will be first in line to apply for the position of park ranger for this one.