|Hi, kids are growing up and spending too much time on the likes of AIM.
God, isn't this beautiful? As a geek, I would love to see my children take an interest in computers and software.
When I was a child, I had an Atari 5200 (which I have always liked more than the 2600 model). I remember spending nights playing Pac-Man and Mountain King with my mother. Funny, she never thought of configuring the Atari to block it from working, but then she wouldn't have wanted to. Playing video games with her are some of the only good memories I have from my childhood.
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