We realize that this post is hella meta, but we want to appreciate those that appreciate The Learned Fangirl! Clay Shirky, this self-promotion moment goes out to you! And us!
The Learned Fangirl wants to give a super special shoutout to Greg Lastowka, who posted on three separate articles/blogs regarding the forthcoming article Games are Not Coffee Mugs in the Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal.
Greg praised the article on Gamasutra (“If you want the in-depth legal story, this article … is hot off the press and it does an excellent job of explaining how publicity rights relate to games.”), Madisonian.net (“great article“) , and Terra Nova.
The upcoming Games Are Not Coffee Mugs article was also quoted in a Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal article, but since it’s behind a paywall, I can only give you the citation: Tamlin H. Bason and Mahira Khan, New Hampshire’s Publicity Statute Battle Showcases Rival Views of Evolving Doctrine, 84 PTCJ 488 (July 20, 2012)
We’ve received other recent shoutouts:
Catherine Morris on Daydream Anthem incorporates a quote from ‘Why “Women in Rock” Magazine Issues are Both Highly Relevant and Highly Depressing’. into her discussion of female musicians.
And Keidra’s discussion of characters of color on TV was listed in the Organization for Transformative Works’ Links Roundup.
Our K-drama summary was listed on Globasian’s tumbr.
Our guest bloggers also received love:
And GeekFeminism recommended Laura’s HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE RIPLEY: A FEMINIST NERD FINALLY WATCHES ALIEN.