The all-too-quick international break is over, as is your fearless ranker's. I'm back from Down Under, where I got a quick glimpse into Australian football. No, not this kind. Or this kind. Though now that you mention it, it was highly amusing to run into this (we think) Aussie rules legend in Melbourne.
Like a first love or a first car, a first computer can hold a special place in people's hearts. For millions of kids who grew up in the 1980s, that first computer was the Commodore 64. Twenty-five years later, that first brush with computer addiction is as strong as ever.
Mark Dochtermann, 34, director of technology, Electronic Arts: "When I saw my first computer, it was love at first sight. As a kid I spent a lot of time on a Commodore 64, writing my own programs, figuring out games, hacking.