Michael O’Neill was quoted in a December 7ChannelWeb story that discussed the role that video gamers have played in demanding faster personal computers and better graphics. Such improvements have benefited all PC users, Mr. O’Neil stated. “Video games are now widely used in all walks of life as educational and training tools,” he observed. “Schools use video games to teach children math, spelling, grammar and geography. The United States military uses video games extensively to train soldiers and pilots. Computer graphics technology is used in the medical field to enhance MRI scans.” The article noted that Mr. O’Neil is co-head of the Video Game Technology section in McDermott’s IP Department.