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Re: Education In Our Home - The Future of Home for our Minds

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This idea reminds me of those refrigerators that have tvs, completely random. It's not so much that it won't work, it's just that why in Home?

 

Im glad educatin is random for you. Thanks for your opinions. nuff said
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Re: Education In Our Home - The Future of Home for our Minds

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xDie4Herx wrote:
This idea reminds me of those refrigerators that have tvs, completely random. It's not so much that it won't work, it's just that why in Home?

 

Im glad educatin is random for you. Thanks for your opinions. nuff said

 

Now you are trying to spin what I'm saying in your favor. Nice.

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Re: Education In Our Home - The Future of Home for our Minds

Aug 17, 2009

xDie4Herx wrote:

ProphecyElite wrote:

xDie4Herx wrote:
This idea reminds me of those refrigerators that have tvs, completely random. It's not so much that it won't work, it's just that why in Home?

 

Im glad educatin is random for you. Thanks for your opinions. nuff said

 

Now you are trying to spin what I'm saying in your favor. Nice.

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I think we both had our chat, thanks for your feedback, let's leave it at that.
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Re: Education In Our Home - The Future of Home for our Minds

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     It doesn't have to hurt to be educational.   I once went to the Boston Science Center as a kid and was so impressed with the Van DeGraff Generator I went home and made one myself for my next science fair....great fun it was.   Little did i know at the time...but i had been edutained!

     Besides,  don't click on the education tile (or buy any educational addons) if you don't want to participate.  The HOME experience will be unchanged for you.

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Aug 17, 2009

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     It doesn't have to hurt to be educational.   I once went to the Boston Science Center as a kid and was so impressed with the Van DeGraff Generator I went home and made one myself for my next science fair....great fun it was.   Little did i know at the time...but i had been edutained!

     Besides,  don't click on the education tile (or buy any educational addons) if you don't want to participate.  The HOME experience will be unchanged for you.


 

Pretty good saying there, educational attributes for us all make us much smarter after we log on and off our playstations
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   OOO just thought of the perfect sales pitch......"HOME SCHOOLING" !!!!  play b3yond ... get Home schooleD !!!

 

that's pretty catchy but why a sales pitch, are you implying that Sony will sell education in home entirely or partially?
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WOW, Just WOW. This thread deserves a read through by Sony. I'm not surprised if they already have a dev team out there working on it right now. If I come up with anything to add on I will be sure to post here.
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   OOO just thought of the perfect catch phrase......"HOME SCHOOLING" !!!!  play b3yond ... get Home schooled !!!
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Re: Education In Our Home - The Future of Home for our Minds

Aug 18, 2009

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xxap wrote:
   OOO just thought of the perfect sales pitch......"HOME SCHOOLING" !!!!  play b3yond ... get Home schooleD !!!

 

that's pretty catchy but why a sales pitch, are you implying that Sony will sell education in home entirely or partially?

 

~ good point...check edit
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Re: Education In Our Home - The Future of Home for our Minds

Aug 18, 2009
lol kids are to young to go on home
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