I reckon that all great scientific discoveries are judged on two criteria: firstly the idea must be truly original and useful to human-kind and secondly it must permeate into popular culture. I’ll cite two examples: (1) Gravity not only bruised Newton’s forehead and still keeps us grounded but also provides hours of entertainment to skydivers and bungee jumpers everywhere, (2) Electricity not only powers the light-bulb but is also responsible for cultural icons like Frankenstein and those funky plasma balls that somehow safely contain 10,000 volts. Now laterality has officially made the grade.
While making use of those great cultural icons, namely the laptop and internet, we discovered this. Not a bad game if we do say so ourselves!