Girl in the Machine
Friday, October 12, 2007
Linkfest

I'm winding down from a long week, so here's a few news blobs you might find interesting (via KillerBetties):

Adult's Approval of Children's Video Game Play Centers on "Casual," Eschews "Hardcore"; Child's Gender Plays Major Role.

Action Games Improve Women's Spatial Abilities, Says New Study

It's a cornucopia of sexism! Feel free to discuss in the comments.

Plasma out to get some sleep.

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