I was surprised because I had not heard of such a thing. It was basically a 3DS with a headstrap. You could play VR games or use it like a normal 3DS. The dream felt so real I actually googled for it when I woke up.
I mentioned in the State of Digibutter post that I would not have much access to a computer or internet for a while. That's because I'm walking from Georgia to Maine along the Appalachian Trail. I've gone over 50 miles so far!
As a true geek, I have two cell phones and a netbook. So I will be able to connect every now and then. I just want you all to know that I haven't died or something (unless I do get eaten by a bear, but my dog is with me, so that won't happen).
Today I've noticed that whenever I load a page on Digi, Avast reports that it has blocked a suspicious connection to chats.lulzsec.com (although the website itself still loads). The issue doesn't seem to be browser-specific (having tested it in both IE and Firefox) and I have yet to see this occur on any other websites. I had my brother test it on his PC and the alert still registered (albeit only after I logged my account in on his computer), but I am running a scan on my PC just in case there is something going on locally.
Is this something I should be concerned about? To anyone reading this topic, have you also recieved any alerts?