Sounds like an email spam subject line, I know, but it's actually a claim made by Atari founder Nolan Bushnell.
Speaking at the Cloud Gaming Conference USA, Bushnell—who also founded Chuck. E Cheese's—said he's been working for the past decade on a computer education project that takes place in the "cloud", and that during a 40,000 student test his system is "currently teaching subjects 10 times faster".
"We believe that when we roll this up to full curriculum we'll be able to teach a full career of high school in less than a year", Bushnell said. "And we think we'll be able to do that by the end of next year."
"That's a lot of time to chase girls and have fun."
Girls? What the hell are you talking about, Bushnell. That's a lot of time to play video games.
(Top photo by Steve C. Wilson | AP)