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  • Another quote from DC2000

    Another quote from DC2000: “The user is the content. There is is a total transformation of the user by the interface.“

  • Quote from Mark Cuban @ DC2000

    Quote from Mark Cuban @ DC2000: The minute you think you’re smart — you’re toast.

  • Quote from a Digital Coast 2000 panel on Venture Funding

    Quote from a Digital Coast 2000 panel on Venture Funding: “Have more than a powerpoint and some people — have an executive summary and a business plan”

  • Blade Runner

    Re: Blade Runner – one possible for title was Dangerous Days – this I got from the presentation at Comic-Con 2000 given by Paul M. Sammon (author of Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner.

  • An effort to standardize the methods for comics grading: ComicGrader…

    An effort to standardize the methods for comics grading: ComicGrader.com Fun Fact: existing comics grading standards (Mint, Near Mint, etc) are derived from the coin collecting market. After all, you don’t mint a comic book, you print it. Coins are minted.

  • Quote from another panel from Comic-Con 2000

    Quote from another panel from Comic-Con 2000: “Are you making a high tech comic book, or a low-tech cartoon?”

  • Kyle Baker’s “Letitia Lerner, Superman’s Babysitter”

    At at Comic-Con 2000 panel entitled “Online Comics,” Kyle Baker’s “Letitia Lerner, Superman’s Babysitter” was mentioned as a great online comic. Truth of it was, it was simply a comic that DC would not publish, but that leaked onto the net. It has subsequently been published in a collection called Bizarro Comics. You can also…