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Actually gaming in general is more social in Asia. Even if you play on computer, you go play in a net cafe with your friends and theres always other people around and playing with you - instead of you playing alone in a dark basement.
Btw, I'm already in the year 2553.
Another company blows all their money on a data center...
Yeah, I think it's quite unbelievable that companies are wasting their money on things they require in their business. There must be like a million better uses for it than actually making sure their business works and grows.
Just like the days of worms automatically spreading over the internet via remote exploits are quite much gone, the amount of drive-by download exploits is lowering too. However a well-crafted socially engineered attack will always work on people and as a bonus it works across all browsers and even on Mac OSX and Linux. That is, if browser isn't itself trying to prevent those, like Internet Explorer 9 is. With IE's sandboxing and this feature, IE9 is surely starting to look like a really secure browser for people to use. Now, if companies would just start updating their stuff and abandon IE6...