Wired.com says that maybe playing World of Warcraft is good for you.
Unlike education acquired through textbooks, lectures, and classroom instruction, what takes place in massively multiplayer online games is what we call accidental learning. It’s learning to be – a natural byproduct of adjusting to a new culture – as opposed to learning about.
I hope so, otherwise I’ve been wasting the last few months.
p.s. My new name is Jin’rul. Any players out there can send me in game mail on the Thorium Brotherhood server (RP).
p.p.s. It turns out all I have to do to get some conversation going in the comments is not post for a long long time. Sheesh.
p.p.p…. Just in case, World of Warcraft is an online roleplaying game (one you play with other people sharing an imaginary world over the internet) that is so good you probably shouldn’t start playing.