Well, I installed Pokemon Go on my Android phone just to see what the fuss is about. For those not familiar with the game it is an augmented reality (AR, not VR) game for Android & iOS devices that uses real world locations to 'catch' Pokemon creatures and to fight (virtually of course) other trainers. The new game has been getting a lot of attention in the media this week since it's release because it is getting people to actually go outside and explore their surrounding by combing the real world with the virtual. It is also getting some negative press because people distracted while driving & walking is not a good combination plus because it relies upon GPS, for tracking where you are and far you've traveled, it is quickly gaining a reputation as a phone battery killer. Now to be frank, I've never played Pokemon before in my life nor was familiar with it. The first "Pokemon" game out for the Gameboy in the mid 1990's and by then I was already well into my 20's and long past the stage of playing with a Gameboy. Plus I wasn't exactly the target demographic for hat kind of game at the time. So far what I've found out is that my usual user name (the name of this site ) is already taken, hhhmm.... , and that if you install it on your device in the middle of the day while at the office then there isn't much to do in the game after you are up & running. That's okay though because it gives me a chance to catch up on some reading about "Pokestops" and other stuff.