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Posted: Aug 27th 2008 12:03AM beskar said

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Some of the concepts discussed here remind me of the "Finite, Fragmented and F*cked" editorial I did just a few days back, coincidentally:

http://www.mmocrunch.com/2008/08/24/finite-fragmented-and-fcked/

Posted: Aug 27th 2008 1:50PM Ghen said

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You cursed. How edgy. I'll stay away from your blog if you don't mind.
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Posted: Aug 27th 2008 8:14AM (Unverified) said

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"it's actually irresponsible to innovate under current publishing models"

That's not what he's saying. He's talking about going all crazy with it, naming WAR's one innovative feature (methinks his mailbox is probably going to go Bartle on him any minute now) as the more cautious, responsible approach (oh shut it fanboys, adults are talking).

His points overall are a lot better than the previous article, but it's still not broken imo. There's problems though, but they're the same problems faced in other sectors of the IT industry and yet there's still going to be others who'll succeed using this "broken" model.

Though it's definately a good time to attempt mixing up things a bit, because relatively that won't be a lot of others I think no. That's not just because of the business model though, this change will probably get the best results along the whole line of development.

Posted: Aug 27th 2008 11:58AM (Unverified) said

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I now claim my 0.0003 milliseconds of Internet fame: He used my comment from the Massively post as his first quote.

*bows for applause

*applause ends 0.0003 milliseconds later

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