1. Ian Osborne

    I hope that poster doesn’t come back and bite you on the ass, Bruce. The first time it was used was in the 1979 General Election, when it bemoaned the fact that 1.5 million were on the dole. Then came the Eighties, the Thatcher years, when unemployment skyrocketed despite the Government ‘rationalising’ the way the figures are calculated. It’s been estimated that had the method of calculation current in 1979 been used throughout the next decade, unemployment would’ve peaked at 8 million. And now that tired old graphic is wheeled out again, complaining about a dole queue that Thatcher could only dream about.

    Regarding Electronic Arts, I’m the reviews editor of a non-gaming computer title, and tried to organise a competition with EA. I got as far as the receptionist, who refused to put me through to the person I needed to speak to unless I could name him or her. Company policy, apparently. Needless to say, I placed the competition somewhere else.

  2. Jesus

    No se si se dan cuenta que en el escenario planteado por Microsoft en la lucha antipirateria con su XBOX 360, pasa unicamente por la adquisicion de Electronics Arts, ya que necesita un proveedor desarrolador en exclusiva de contenidos y de la plataformas, tanto Natal como redes sociales.
    No obstante, la alianza Apple y Electronics Arts seria una apuesta por el saber hacer de Apple.
    En fin creo que es altamente probable ver antes de final de año la adquisicion de Electronics Arts por el mas listo de la clase que es Bill Gates.
    Un saludo

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