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Gaming Day

Min søn spiller meget på computer, iPhone, iPad og Xbox. Han anvender nok 2-3 timer om dagen på dette og her i sommerferien er det langt flere timer per dag. Dog er jeg ikke bekymret, idet der også anvendes tid mange andre "offline" aktiviteter sammen med familien og venner. Hvor piger anvender meget tid på Facebook for at snakke om alt og intet, så anvender drenge meget tid på game servere og konkurrerer på livet løs.

Forleden havde vi arrangeret en 10.00 - 22.00 "Gaming Day" for Christian og nogle kammerater. Disse drenge går i skole sammen og taler via Skype med hinanden når de spiller "Online" og laver lektier!
Det var fascinerende at opleve deres multi-tasking evner, når de både er dybt engageret i deres eget spil, taler med sidemanden om hans spil og taler med andre on-line.



De havde en rigtig hyggelig dag, hvor der var arrangeret masser af slik, sodavand og andre usunde ting, men også gode hjemmelavede burgere, vand og salat :-) Midt på dagen tog fanden ved drengene, og pludselig skulle de alle ud og løbe på skateboard. En time senere skulle maverne fyldes op igen og alle automat riflerne blev atter ladt og street racerne tunet, så spillene kunne fortsætte.

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  1. Lækkert at se en der ved hvad computer betyder og gør for unge mennesker! :)

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  2. Hej Asger,
    Tak fordi du læste mit indlæg og er enig i mit synspunkt :-)
    Mange hilsner
    Lars

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