A man who cannot play media because he does not have the correct version of Flash Player, says he's unrepentant and has no plans to download the correct version.
'I'm just not bothered,' said Andrew Mitchell (21), who says he's come under pressure from his mates and BBC websites which keep nagging him to get the correct version.
'I'm determined to stick it out to the bitter end,' Mr Mitchell said. 'I've become buddies with a few other dudes who haven't got the correct version of Flash, and it kinda makes you feel a bit special not being able to view media and just read stuff instead.'
But psychologists says that not having the correct version of Flash Player can lead to difficulties in later life.
'People who deprive themselves of the correct version of Flash Player, should consider what they're going to tell their children when they ask about their parents' Flash Player experience,' points out Dr Julius Norton-Ash, writing on his website (Flash Player required).