You say that like humanity has demonstrated much in the way of sanity lately... (Sure, there may be the occasional sane person, but as a group people have seldom been known for their firm grasp on reality)
And don't think the rights-holders won't try brain scanners, especially if they can manipulate the public into accepting it as a fair and reasonable way to enable them to protect their monopolies.
Decado writes: Blizzard have just announced that Sam Raimi is to direct the new World of Warcraft movie.
"Raimi, acclaimed director of the blockbuster Spider-Man series, will bring the forces of the Horde and the Alliance to life in epic live-action film. Charles Roven's Atlas Entertainment will produce alongside Raimi's Stars Road Entertaiment."
While it is still early days does this offer hope that someone might finally make a good movie based on a games IP?
Basically the study showed that kids doing puzzles on the the DS advanced the same as kids doing pencil-and-paper puzzles. It's not saying that it doesn't work, it's saying that the activity works, regardless of the medium.
People tend to forget that emulation, possibly even if you own copies of the software you're using, can still count as piracy.
Just because the platform's obsolete, and the games are no longer sold by your average retailer, doesn't mean the roms are in the public domain.
Lots of Vista users will be upgrading to 7, just like lots of Windows Me users upgraded to XP.
(Actually I'm just posting that to fit in with a lot of the Vista-Sux groupthink I've been reading in these threads - I'm happily using Vista64 atm 9SP1 made it a viable upgrade from XP), but if what I've read so far about W7 is accurate I'll be joining the crowd who switch to it)