B. D. Waxman

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and all those who participated in the study. This article describes a study conducted in the summer of 2006 aimed at exploring the play patterns and lifestyles of gamers who fall into the loose demographic of " Baby Boomers, " typically defined as people born between 1946 and 1964. This independent study, including more than 300 participants, combined(More)
Reminiscencing over biomedical comput ing 25 years ago is much like recalling one's prenatal impressions: There is also a temptation to invent examples of inspiration post facto, testifying to one's sifts of insisht. Nevertheless, a few early recollections have that childlike aura of remembrance, are not immodest, and may be worth sharing. One such was a(More)
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