Last week we asked you if you still own physical board and puzzle games, and if you still play them. Thought we were living in a digital age? Think again!
Out of 240 votes in total, less than 1% of the voters don’t own board games and think they’re outdated, 3% don’t own any but love playing them, 6% own physical board games but never use them, 32% own them but use them rarely, and a full 58% own them and still play often.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Don’t forget to check out last week’s best comment by Paul R who made a good case for buying board games, and won himself a cool MakeUseOf t-shirt!
This week’s poll question is: Do You Use A Third Party Firewall On Your Computer?
15 years ago, anyone who knew anything used a firewall. I still remember using ZoneAlarm on my Win2k machine, and then switching over to Sygate. There were no built-in firewalls back then, and if there were, they didn’t amount to much, and many of us didn’t trust them. Things are different today. Most of the major operating systems come with a good built-in firewall, but the third-party firewall market is far from being dead. People still use them for extra security. Do you?
Why do you choose to use an extra firewall on your computer? Or do you think it’s unnecessary? If so, why? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments.