Good point but as long as they support GNOME and KDE interfaces wouldn’t that take care of the majority of consumer grade Linux boxes?
In a way, yeah.
This is actually huge as Valve can contribute back to the Linux community.
I would say either the animation version of Hulu (getting animation from around the world) or the niche television version of Hulu.
And I’ll get on it, we’ll see if it’s ready by this weekend.
Not sure, need to catch up and I agree.
Read and (nearly) caught up to Yamada and the Seven Witches, do you guys want a review of it?
Also, because it wasn’t announced on Polygon/The Verge, Crunchyroll had The Cherin Group become the major stakeholder. This is huge because the main head was trying to get Hulu before they stopped looking to be sold.
It was on the Podcast (Samurai Jack).
I like Hayate though, the references, if taken in a dose, are really good (though I’m talking about the anime).
Oh you mean Arise. Have not watched it.
Just caught it, it’s not so bad for a first outing, we’ll see how it runs.
“It’s too haaaard to market to a general audience” *sobs in corner. I mean really? Because friggen Star Wars, the second highest grossing movie IP of all time, seems to be doing pretty well in that regard.
Yeah but at the same time, a LOT of Star Wars stuff are marketed/geared towards men. The best way I can put it: Things that include girls does not necessarily make it gender neutral, just like things that include boys does not necessarily make gender neutral.
The big problem that people won’t understand about marketing: You’re trying to get your audience so that they can buy your product, if you don’t know your audience then when you make something it can lead towards flops. The biggest counterexample and paradox is art where you can know your audience and yet not know your audience at the same time.
For instance, with Apple products you’re gearing towards people that will pay for premium products. Now if you want to get certain people to buy it you will want to get role models, and things that pop towards them. If those don’t exist then you get really fuzzy ads that seems confused.
That’s not true with art at all. Art can cater towards everyone and no one at the exact same time, and THAT’S the difficulty: trying to quantize what’s qualitized.