MPAA hacker interview


4 Responses to “MPAA hacker interview”

  1. Dybbuk says:

    they promised him that they would still respect him in the morning. then when he woke he only found $10 on the nightstand…not even enough for the cab ride to get home.

    i hate it when mom is right about men like the MPAA

  2. Drew from Zhrodague says:

    Actually, quite similar in the dotcom world, from my perspective. Any CEO will tell you about riches, and get you to join a team doing whatever. Then, a few months later, you haven’t been paid, and the company is gone or worse. I still see this happening.

    Make sure you get it in writing before doing any work.

  3. Grapes 2.0 says:

    This guy is feeling bad not because he sold his soul, but because he got stiffed for some of the agreed price. Hard to feel any sympathy.

  4. David B. says:

    That’s the first lesson you have to learn in the entertainment business. Take meetings, talk (without revealing your process), turn over samples of other “projects”, but no work until the contract is signed.

    Unfortunately, this is a lesson that few in the gaming, online, IT, and reality TV segments of the entertainment business have learned.

    David B.

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