Sunday, July 17, 2005

A keyworker?

After 15 years of research into video games, Mark Griffiths, Professor of Gambling Studies at Nottingham Trent University, says computer games "can have benefits".

How many more years of research does he need to be totally sure!?!


Anonymous said...

I don't know, but would very much like to be paid to find out!
I wonder how much taxpayers are having to pay for such society-benefiting research?

Serf said...

If there is taxpayers money available for such research, how come we are not all in with a shout?

I could set up a Centre for Computer Games research, employ asddicted gamers on pittance wages and pay myself a massive wage as MD.

I'm sure I could get funding from Sony and Microsoft as well.

Stevo in HCM said...

We don't have a cure for cancer but funds have been available for fifteen years of pointless research into games, glad to see we have our priorities right.