Super Podcast Action Committee - Episode 12

July 25, 2012 -

In Episode 12 of Super Podcast Action Committee, Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss Fez developer Phil Fish's decision not to fix the patch for the game before re-releasing it to Xbox Live (because it costs too much money), Uniloc's patent infringement claims against Minecraft maker Mojang, last week's results from the GamePolitics poll, and the media trying to blame Batman comics, movies and games for the horrific Aurora, Colorado theater shooting. Download Episode 12 here: SuperPAC Episode 12 (1 Hour, 6 Minutes).

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Re: Super Podcast Action Committee - Episode 12

Your podcasts have quite a few little "skips" in them where it is as if a portion of a sentence was deleted.

Also, unlike #11, #12 is back to making my iPod stop playing as if I'd touched the stop control. This happened a good half-dozen times while I was listening to this episode. Yours is the only podcast that does this. It happens reliably at always the same time points in the podcast, so it's got to be something screwy with your data stream.

Apart from that, excellent podcast as usual.

Hans

 

Re: Super Podcast Action Committee - Episode 12

"It happens reliably at always the same time points in the podcast..."

Can you give us the time stamps of where this is occurring?

 

Andrew Eisen

Re: Super Podcast Action Committee - Episode 12

Voice is still a little too low and music a bit to high....

LOL who said everyone was a pirate?

I would not keep my copy, why? I would not sell it if I bought it, it defeats the purpose of buying it.

 

No 360? 0_o , get off your wallets!

 

 

All games need to be released with dev tools so most devs can focus on making new games....

 

While I am against more IP laws/rules. There is only one scenario that works for software patents .

You have to show a specific use and the code, and that as a whole is protected.


Copyright infringement is nothing more than civil disobedience to a bad set of laws. Let's renegotiate them.

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Re: Super Podcast Action Committee - Episode 12

"You have to show a specific use and the code, and that as a whole is protected."

Except that both those points are specifically the EXACT OPPOSITE of what patent law actually says.  Unless things have changed in the last couple years, software per se is not patentable anyways.

 
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