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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Tom Armitage tagged corporate

"In short, [MSG] defies many of the characteristics we normally ascribe to a tabletop RPG -- in the context of a very cynical, and very cool, cyberpunky future where even the minimal constraints on corporate action that currently apply are removed, and any residual ethical norms for businessmen are considered the domain of chumps. Excellent, in a word." Ordered, based upon Greg's writeup and also the fantastic downloadable version of the ruleset. Now, to find some players.

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"...the empty language of the corporate world, forever leveraging its resources to effect a paradigm shift in the compelling value-proposition of our once-noble language."

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"It's 1975 And This Man Is About To Show You The Future. (Scenes From An IBM Slide Presentation)" Such typefaces; such hair.

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"An unprecedented act of corporate postmodernism, it’s the game that allows players the chance to rewrite history, succeeding where the game’s creator failed." Remarkable; hard to believe this saw release anywhere. But it did! Games are great.

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"Yes, that’s right, Siemens forks Perl to remove features that their engineers don’t like." More on the craziness that is the BBC web infrastructure. It's shocking, really.

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List of corporations, and their "official" typeface (usually for their logotype, but also for other things).

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A useful, meaty charter from Meg, with some basis in her real-life efforts. I particularly like focusing effort on "making things real". Things which do not exist in their final medium do not exist yet.

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