Close enough: http://flic.kr/p/9h7kV4
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Ha! There's the obligatory topical fake twitter account: http://twitter.com/BobbyKotickCEO
Besides Kinect Adventures, I'm getting Dance Central & Your Shape: Fitness Evolved. I'm on the fence about Kinect Sports. Girlfriend wants Zumba but that's not out until the 16th.
AFAIK, employers cannot garnish wages for employee mishaps. File a complaint with the department of labor, or at least get advice: http://www.iowaworkforce.org/centers/files/offices.htm
I've been going through the pro-keys trainer when I can (I think I'm about 50% done), and the suggestions for hand placement always show one hand. This feels a little weird. My left hand just kinda hangs out on the couch or somewhere else on the controller. And if it's a lower-octave part, I have to reach across my body or turn the keyboard toward my right hand for it to feel natural. Should I be using two hands and keeping them semi-still on the keyboard so that I can play all of the keys without moving? Or is this meant to be a 1-handed experience (aside from the stupid touch tremolo thingy)? I suppose in real piano, you would be using your left hand to play bass chords in most songs...