The NY Times had a brief article about Dona Bailey, who invented the video game Centipede.
July 1, 2012
By coincidence, Amber played Centipede at Asbury Park's Silver Ball Museum (mostly dedicated to pinball, but arcade games have made an incursion) and filled up the entire high score table.
The article touches on the male-dominated aspect of the video game industry then, which is something that persists to this day. Really a pity, too-- since making that dedicated home tabletop rig for Centipede for Amber, my appreciation for this game has greatly deepened... from color aesthetics to ramping up the difficulty to the balance of skill and chaos, this game really is pitch perfect.
[On 'Why is there something rather than nothing?'] And if there were nothing? You'd still be complaining!
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Do not understand the appeal of Tab-Syncing. Guess I see tabs as short lived, and task-context-dependent
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