All through development, the arcade classic “Pac-Man” was intended to be a video-game tie-in to the popular children’s novel “The Missing Piece”. However, at the last minute Shel Silverstein, author of “The Missing Piece”, rescinded the rights, because intellectual copyright law works like that sometimes. However, production had proceeded so far that the only change the developers had time to make was the title.
What this means is that every snarky internet commenter to ever “jokingly” compare Pac-Man to a pill-popper running through a club dodging hallucinatory ghosts is actually quite the jerk. The poor guy is just looking for his missing piece. [Source: Google.com]
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I have Wong on the phone now. He’s reformatting the encryption matrix while I draw up a GUI using visual basic to sub-route your IP address.
Everything will be sorted out shortly. Just hang on.
I wrote an article about The Avengers to come out the day Iron Man 3 came out, and an article about Star Trek to come out the day Into Darkness came out.
Their traffic combined is still less than the traffic for an article I wrote about Jurassic Park 20 years after it came out.
Moral of the story? The internet is weird, and Jurassic Park kicks ass.