Tennis for Two, Anyone?
by Michael Keller
Xboxers, lay down your controllers! Wii Player, hold that nunchuk to your heart for a moment of remembrance.
On Oct. 25, 1910, Dr. William Higinbotham was born. You might not know this American nuclear physicist who worked on radar displays and became a major voice among scientists advocating to stop the nuclear arms race, but you can thank him for being one of the first inventors of the video game and for that callus on your right thumb.