The Seattle Times has an interesting article
discussing how viewers of the hit ABC show, "Lost," "play" it like a video game. The show itself places many subtle clues, be they visual or in dialogue. Hard core fans, armed with their TiVo remotes, pause, rewind, and dissect every frame of the show watching for specific clues and hints. The article discusses the difference between hard core and casual viewers (terms from the video game lexicon). The show has such a rabid following that a fan-podcast, "The Transmission," has cracked the iTunes top 10 podcast list. I have never watched an episode of "Lost". I think I'll have to get the DVDs.
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