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This, I promise, will be the last of the posts reprinted from Grasping for the Wind from 2010. This one is a bit more personally maudlin for me, but I didn’t wallow in that then, why wallow in it now? Still, imagine … Continue reading →
From Disney and their recently acquired Marvel Entertainment to Microsoft’s freshly-minted Halo-centric 343 Industries, more and more media companies are coming to recognize the power of the global intellectual property, and are no longer limiting their thinking to a single … Continue reading →