The reader has always had the advantage because he or she gets to read Malstrom where I cannot. I can read myself, but I always know what I’m going to say in advance so it doesn’t have the same impact. People say they come here because they like seeing what they felt being expressed (especially since it is expressed nowhere else).
So imagine my delight in finding this guy. I finally know what it is like to read myself.
He is far more bold than I am. I’d never say that Steam is Slavery, but I do like the graphic.
He makes a great point (and even quotes Benjamin Franklin). Have PC gamers sold out the traditional PC gamer relationship of consumer and publisher due to the Steam sales? Does DRM matter or does every PC gamer have his price?