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The Crafting System Episode 3: No One Likes Chance Time

The Crafting System Episode 3: No One Likes Chance Time
  • On December 29, 2015

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In episode 3, Ness is still in blanket stitch hell, and Eris is smug because she got into the “Overwatch” beta. Then they get into the main discussion: intellectual property. It’s more interesting than it sounds. Promise.

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  1. Sara

    I’ve really been enjoying listening to this podcast. One quick note, I use the Podbean app and episodes two and three are both the third episode. I’ll go back and listen to the second via your website, but wanted to let you know.

    As far as your question, I absolutely would pause and think for a minute. If I knew the company didn’t care if others profit from their stuff (like Ness said about Bioware, I think) I would. But if I wasn’t sure, then I wouldn’t. I’m torn, because hey it’s a freaking hat! And there’s no characters or anything to say “Hey this is property of FOX or whatever”. Sorry if I’m not making myself clear. But I always think of Bill Watterson when it comes to merchandising and the legality of it. If you’re not familiar with his work, he created the comic Calvin and Hobbes. He struggled throughout his career with/against this. He was not for it at all, so I respect his wishes. Even though I would love to have anything with those two on it.

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