Letter: Computers used as expensive toys

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The Independent Online
Sir: Stephen Read (Letters, 9 May) ignores what is obvious to parents who watch as their children play computer games - well-selected entertainment software encourages precisely the literacy he is seeking: "the ability to analyse situations, flexibility of thought, confidence in intuition and an interest in learning from experience." We have moved on from mere shoot-em-up games.

Roland Miles

Redhill,

Surrey

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