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Date: 2013-04-08
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Content Insider #276 - Overwhelming
Our Content is Overwhelming Us, Needs to Be Controlled
The content (entertainment) industry is going crazy. It's all coming at you by cable, satellite, Internet, smart TV, computer, tablet, phone. There are only a couple of problems: 1) I don't really watch that much; 2) I sorta am used to it being free or cheap; 3) somehow ads look bigger, more intrusive on my device; 4) who and how is any money going to be made; 5) I like Over The Top viewing but gawd finding one thing you want is like drinking from a firehose. NAB should clear everything up but I'm pretty busy playing games!!!
Facebook Home and Other News you Need to Know
Facebook debuts Home, Apple is said to be approaching agreements for streaming radio and buzz builds as Game of Thrones starts its third season.

5 Questions on Legal Issues for Game Developers
Besides the usual issues related to game development, as the business shifts ever more to connected technology whether it is console, mobile, apps, MMOG, nearly all games contain some element of online connectivity. The changing legal environment and the applicability of various privacy laws to the data that is gathered through this connectivity is raising all sorts of issues.
Disney Shutters LucasArts and Other News you Need to Know
Disney has dissolved the video game development arm of its Lucasfilm acquisition; Google announces the Blink web rendering engine and Twitter tweaks its mobile apps.
Bread & Butter 3D
Why Zaxwerks can work for you
Here's why Zax Dow created Zaxwerks and why his software is so valuable even if you already have another 3D program. 3D work can be divided into two main categories: Bread and Butter work, and Custom work. Everyone would like to get custom work but it's the bread and butter work that keeps food on your table. The big mystery here is why most people use custom software on bread and butter jobs? Do they even realize there is a difference? Doing that is like drawing animation by hand; the result can be completely custom but boy does it take a lot of time and skill to do.

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