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Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel is proof it pays to be a computer/social media geek ...not because of the billion he's worth, but because he's got supermodel Miranda Kerr hanging all over him.
One thing I’ve always loved about starting a new video game is the character creation and customization menu.
As a young gamer, whether it was Tony Hawk’s Underground, WWF (that’s right, ‘F’) Smackdown or a good old fashioned RPG, I would always spend ages on this screen deciding what I felt were the best attributes, selecting weapons that would complement their skills, picking out the raddest outfit, and getting them to look just right (yet still ending up with something like this).
This, in turn means that more people are willing to market to geeks…
and others are perfectly willing to pander towards them or even exploit them.
But as I’ve grown, I’ve spent less and less time on this menu.
Hell, with three kids, I’ve spent less time gaming all together (I can’t even remember the last time I purchased a console game). It’s just these days, my characters are real life little creatures, in their prime stage for optimum customization.