(Virtual Reality and the like)
Odds are you are already offended, but let me start by saying that I am merely expressing why I personally don’t like the concept of Pokémon GO (and things like it). I am not saying that I think it is sinful, stupid or otherwise sinister. I am not saying that you shouldn’t like it. I do feel, as I will argue, that my reasoning is valid, meaningful, consistent and ultimately applicable. If you feel differently, I sincerely hope you catch ‘em all, but I will not be joining you. Here’s why.
My wife does a bit of photography. She's really good at it, and she really enjoys it. She enjoys it so much that she can get caught up in the moment and forget to pay attention to all of the many details of the shot. There is nothing more frustrating to her than coming in from a shoot, rushing to the computer to take a look at her handy work, finding the "money shot" (as we call it) and discovering that though the lighting, framing and composition were perfect, the subject (somewhere along the way) had gone out of focus.
Out of focus has a very negative ring to it, but it's not always bad when things are out of focus. A lot of times it's a very good thing—when the right thing is in focus.
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