His final will stated that he be buried in a glossy white coffin with no visible hinges or latches.
That will guarantee that the Paulbearers "WILL HOLD IT WRONG!!!"
When the bearers and coffin get together, you can’t help but notice an instant connection. That’s because they designed them to work with the coffin — and the other way around. For starters, coffin has magnets built right into its frame — magnets that align perfectly with the bearers for an effortless fit. On the opposite side, magnets inside the bearers help them stay put. It’s ingenious yet simple. Secure yet easy to remove. In fact, the coffin and bearers work so well together, it’s easy to think of them as one device.
but not to the majority of games distributed by big publishers where game authors were already paid in advance for creation of the game.
Game developers most of the time get very very limited premium from well selling game - most if not all profits stay with the publishers.
Used to be like that. Not true for us anymore, thank god. I guess our management has learned a lesson. We got burned by a big publisher deal once already.
We now do self distribution, Steam, and have some localized deals with publishers in some areas. Much bigger share of profit gets to us now. Seems to work, so far...
Counting in binary is just like counting in decimal -- if you are all thumbs. -- Glaser and Way