Sunday, December 12, 2010

Angry Birds, Flocking to Cellphones Everywhere - NYTimes.com

Check the full article for some scary signs of the times

Angry Birds, in which the birds seek revenge on the egg-stealing pigs, is meant to be easily played in the checkout line and during other short windows of downtime — but some players have trouble stopping. Rovio says people around the world rack up 200 million minutes of game play each day. (Put another way, that is 16 human-years of bird-throwing every hour.)

Angry Birds, Flocking to Cellphones Everywhere - NYTimes.com

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