Earlier this week, I was within close proximity of colleagues discussing the merits of Game of Thrones. One side of the huddle was discussing the time line of the television series against that of the books the show is based upon. The others were summarizing their thoughts of the recent finale episode to the latest season. When I was asked what my opinions were on Game of Thrones, I simply stated that I had seen the first season in it’s entirety, but gave up at that point once the show became a medieval version of Dawson’s Creek. Suffice to say, the reaction upon the brows of my colleagues was more than furrowed, wondering just how I could come to such a conclusion. It’s just an opinion.
Ask any hardcore gamer or computing enthusiast for an opinion on PC games or computing and you’d probably be given a variety of answers. Perhaps championing on-line services like Steam or the popular Humble Bundle packs, to long, drawn-out spiel about which Linux distro is best and why Apple and Microsoft et al are the enemy.
It is reasonable to presume your brow might remain unfurrowed.