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Rhianna Pratchett at TEDx Transmedia 2012 - 'The Future of the Videogames Writer'

Scriptwriter, story designer and 'narrative paramedic,' Rhianna Pratchett, is most well-known for being a 14-year veteran of the videogames industry. She went from being a journalist for PC Zone magazine and The Guardian newspaper into games development and has become one of the most respected writers and narrative designers in her field. She has worked for companies such as Sony, Electronic Arts, SEGA, Codemasters and Square Enix, and her titles include: Heavenly Sword, Mirror's Edge, the entire Overlord series and the new Tomb Raider reboot, due for release in March 2013. Her work in videogames has seen her nominated for a BAFTA and nominated three times for the Writers' Guild of Great Britain's 'Best Videogame Script' award, which she won in 2008 for Overlord. Pratchett was named one of the top 100 most influential women in the games industry by EDGE magazine and has also worked in comics, short stories, non-fiction books, film and TV. At TEDx Transmedia 2012, Rhianna talked about the future of the videogames writer. Rhianna's website: rhiannapratchett.com In thespirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx <b>...</b>
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Located on a rather nondescript industrial estate in a suburb of Leicester you'll find an equally nondescript warehouse unit. Nestled amongst the usual glut of logistics companies and scrap metal merchants, the building in question once housed a firm that was poised to dramatically alter the world of interactive entertainment as we know it, and worked with such illustrious partners as Sega, Atari, Ford and IBM.

That company was Virtuality. Founded by a dashing and charismatic Phd graduate by the name of Jonathan D. Waldern, it placed the UK at the vanguard of a Virtual Reality revolution that captured the imagination of millions before collapsing spectacularly amid unfulfilled promises and public apathy.

The genesis of VR begins a few years prior to Virtuality's birth in its grey and uninspiring industrial surroundings. The technology was born outside of the entertainment industry, with NASA and the US Air Force cooking up what would prove to be the first VR systems, intended primarily for training and research. The late '80s and very early '90s saw much academic interest in the potential of VR, but typically, it took a slice of Hollywood hokum to really jettison the concept into the global consciousness and create a new buzzword for the masses.

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In North America, gamers are now generally divided into two distinct generations: those that grew up in the midst of the vibrant video arcade culture of the '70s and '80s; and those born since.

The latter group's experience with arcades is primarily through redemption-machine-filled restaurants like Dave & Busters and maybe a few neglected cabinets at their local movie theater or bowling alley. But in Japan, this divide does not exist. Arcades there have continued to grow and evolve since their introduction. Multiple floors fill not just with hardcore gamers, but with families and casual players looking for the kind of face-to-face social gaming experience hard to find on this side of the Pacific.

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In the latest postings over the last seven days, Gamasutra's jobs board plays host to roles in every major discipline, including opportunities at Volition, ReSpawn Entertainment, Square Enix, Sega, and more.

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"Volition is one of THQ’s premier internal game development studios. We are the creators of such franchises as Saints Row, Red Faction, and the Descent/Freespace series. We have most recently released the highly successful Saints Row 2 and Red Faction Guerrilla. We offer a casual work environment, a comprehensive benefits package, and the opportunity to have fun developing awesome games."

Respawn Entertainment: QA Lead:
"Founded in 2010, Respawn Entertainment is an independent video game development studio based in Van Nuys, California that will focus on creating state-of-the-art gaming experiences for global audiences. The studio was formed by Jason West and Vince Zampella, former co-founders of Infinity Ward and creators of the multi-billion dollar Call of Duty franchise."

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"Square Enix, Inc. develops, publishes, distributes and licenses Square Enix, Eidos, and Taito branded entertainment content throughout the Americas as part of the Square Enix Group. The Square Enix Group operates a global network of leading development studios and boasts a valuable portfolio of intellectual property, including: Final Fantasy, which has sold over 97 million units worldwide; Dragon Quest, which has sold over 54 million units worldwide; Tomb Raider, which has sold over 35 million units worldwide; and the legendary Space Invaders.

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It's one of Japan's dirty secrets. Summer after summer, parents get their gaming fix at pachinko parlors, leaving small children in the car. Alone. To die. More »

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LulzSec (a.k.a Lulz Security) is a computer hacking group that began making headlines in May of 2011 after taking responsibility for compromising the security of a number of high profile targets. They have be known to use Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks and SQL injections to take down websites. (See also: #OpSony)

Highlights

The group periodically releases stolen information from websites. They post the stolen data on their website in .txt files[9] or in torrents on their page on The Pirate Bay[10]. Releases often are posted on Fridays and thus they made a hash tag called “#fuckfbifriday” that they use to tweet with.

May 5th, 2011: FOX

The earliest known hack attributed to the group began on May 5th, 2011 against Fox Broadcasting Company, which resulted in the breach of TV talent show X Factor contestants database and 73,000 applicants’ personal information. On May 10th, Fox.com sales database and users’ personal information was released.

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We’re releasing the X-Factor contestants database publicly tonight. Stay tuned. Wink, wink, double wink!less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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May 27th – June 6th: SONY

Between late May and early June 2011, international media company Sony’s database was attacked by hackers who took thousands of users’ personal data including “names, passworsd, e-mail addresses, home addresses dates of birth.” Lulzsec claimed that it used a SQL injection attack and was motivated by Sony’s legal action against the original iPhone jailbreak hacker George Hotz, who revealed similar information of Sony’s PlayStation 3 console in December 2010.

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Hey guys, we took a cruise! Who wants to play spot the SonyMusic SQLi? #fun #fun #FUNless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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The breached databases include Sony Music Japan, Sony Pictures, SonyBMG Netherlands and SonyBMG Belgium. The group claimed to have compromised over 1,000,000 accounts, though Sony claims the real figure was around 37,500. Some of the compromised information has been reportedly used in scams.

May 29th: PBS

On May 29th, 2011, LulzSec managed to compromise several PBS web properties including their official website and Twitter account. The PBS homepage was defaced with an image of Nyan Cat and the words “all your base are belong to lulzsec” referecing All Your Base Are Belong To Us. They claimed it was in response to a biased documentary about Wikileaks that had aired on an episode of PBS Frontline. They also were responsible for an article which claimed that 2Pac, a rapper who died back in 1996[7], was still alive and was found living in New Zealand with another famous dead rapper, Biggie Smalls[8].

June 15th: CIA

LulzSec took responsibility for taking down the United States Central Intelligence Agency website in a tweet[1] on June 15th, 2010. According to Gawker reporter Adrian Chen[2], the attack was meant to impress Twitter user Quadrapocdacone:

This afternoon, Quadrapodacone and Lulzsec got into a Twitter flame war, after Quadrapodacone mocked Lulzsec for taking on only “soft targets” like video game companies and PBS. (Lulzsec has since deleted its side of the conversation.)

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Tango down – http://t.co/2QGXy6f – for the lulz.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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June 15th: War With 4chan

An article was posted to the website VentureBeat claiming that LulzSec was starting to attack users of the website 4chan.org, and the nebulous group referred to as “Anonymous”, on June 15th, 2011.

The sparring began when LulzSec initiated a “DDoS Party,” which was a set of large-scale distributed denial of service attacks on several gaming servers and websites that brought a lot of games offline. EVE Online, League of Legends and Minecraft all faced outages or significant latency problems. That was enough to get the attention of “/v/,” an internal image sharing board on 4chan.org that focuses on video games.[3]

June 17th: SEGA Attack Denial

On June 17th, 2011, multinational videogame developer company SEGA issued an e-mail to its online network SEGA Pass subscribers revealing that the network was breached by a group of hackers and an unknown number of subscribers’ personal information were stolen, such as e-mails and date of birth:

“Over the last 24 hours we have identified that unauthorised entry was gained to our Sega Pass database,” the company said. “We immediately took the appropriate action to protect our consumers’ data and isolate the location of the breach. We have launched an investigation into the extent of the breach of our public systems.”

On the next day, Lulzsec responded to the news on Twitter by denying an involvement with the attack on Sega Pass. In a tweet expressing their fancy for the aging console Dreamcast, @Lulzsec announced that they will help the company to take down whoever launched this attack in retaliation:

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@Sega – contact us. We want to help you destroy the hackers that attacked you. We love the Dreamcast, these people are going down.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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June 17th: War With Anonymous Denial

On June 17th, 2011, the @LulzSec Twitter account announced that they are not at war with Anonymous, and repeated the sentiment by retweeting @YourAnonNews:

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Saying we’re attacking Anonymous because we taunted /b/ is like saying we’re going to war with America because we stomped on a cheeseburger.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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We are NOT at war with @LulzSec #MediaFagsless than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite Retweet ReplyAnonymous
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June 19th – Operation Anti-Security (#AntiSec)

On June 19th, 2011, LulzSec posted a statement on pastebin[5] announcing that they will be teaming up Anonymous to attack government agencies.

Welcome to Operation Anti-Security (#AntiSec) – we encourage any vessel, large or small, to open fire on any government or agency that crosses their path. We fully endorse the flaunting of the word “AntiSec” on any government website defacement or physical graffiti art. We encourage you to spread the word of AntiSec far and wide, for it will be remembered. To increase efforts, we are now teaming up with the Anonymous collective and all affiliated battleships.

June 20th – SOCA

On June 20th, 2011, LulzSec managed to take down the United Kingdom’s Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA) website with a DDoS attack as part of Operation Anti-Security.

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Tango down – http://t.co/JhcjgO9 – in the name of #AntiSecless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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June 21st: Arrest

On June 21st, 2011, 19-year-old Ryan Cleary was arrested by UK police for allegedly attempting to take down a police website. According to PCWorld[6], his arrest was related to an investigation into LulzSec’s attacks:

The Metropolitan Police Central e-Crime Unit (PCeU) said the teenager was detained following an investigation into network intrusions and distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attacks against “a number of international business and intelligence agencies by what is believed to be the same hacking group.”

LulzSec denied that Ryan was a part of the hacker group, and only had minor involvement hosting one of thier irc chatrooms on his server.

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Ryan Cleary is not part of LulzSec; we house one of our many legitimate chatrooms on his IRC server, but that’s it. http://t.co/98VflEiless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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June 21st: Brazilian Government Websites

On June 21st, a South American branch of Lulzsec group (@LulzSecBrazil) launched DDoS attacks against the portal of Brazilian government websites and the homepage of the President under the banner of Operation Anti-sec. The denial-of-service attacks came following the announcement on June 19th of a joint operation seeking to “steal and leak any classified government information, including email spools and documentation.”

Since the beginning of Operation Anti-sec, LulzSec’s support base has expanded from small unknown groups to an international network of Anonymous activists and regional Lulzsec chapters in Brazil and Colombia, as well as the Iranian Cyber Army.

June 23rd: Arizona Department of Public Safety

On June 23rd, Lulzsec also released a new set dubbed “Chinga La Migra,” a Spanish phrase meaning “fuck the border patrol,” which reveals hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, personal information of police officers and confidential documents including training manuals and personal email correspondence. In the press release, the group cited the legislation of SB1070 (Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act), a controversial anti-immigration law that was passed in the state of Arizona in April 2011, as their primary motive behind targeting the Department of Public Safety.

The documents classified as “law enforcement sensitive”, “not for public
distribution”, and “for official use only” are primarily related to border
patrol and counter-terrorism operations and describe the use of informants to
infiltrate various gangs, cartels, motorcycle clubs, Nazi groups, and protest
movements.

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Presenting Chinga La Migra: http://t.co/tQZ1uro | http://t.co/apl4g7J #AntiSecless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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June 25th: LulzSec Retires

On June 25th, 2011, LulzSec released a statement on pastebin[11] saying that after 50 days of hacking, they will be going into retirement.

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50 Days of Lulz statement: http://t.co/GbAD070 | Torrent: http://t.co/lGsJ4PU Thank you, gentlemen. #LulzSecless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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We are Lulz Security, and this is our final release, as today marks something meaningful to us. 50 days ago, we set sail with our humble ship on an uneasy and brutal ocean: the Internet. The hate machine, the love machine, the machine powered by many machines. We are all part of it, helping it grow, and helping it grow on us.

They later tweeted that Operation Anti-Security would be passed on completely to Anonymous:

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Finally, we encourage all future #AntiSec enthusiasts to join the AnonOps IRC here: http://t.co/1XLL1Jj and follow @AnonymousIRC for glory!less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyThe Lulz Boat
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The farewell statements were also accompanied with about 458 MB of data from AOL, AT&T, Navy.mil, pilimited.com, and many other websites that they uploaded from their Pirate Bay account[10].

External Links

[1] Twitter – @LulzSec

[2] Gawker – Hackers Take Down CIA Website / 6/15/2011

[3] VentureBeat – Hit the deck: LulzSec and Anonymous start trading blows

[4] Linear Fix – Why LulzSec Hacks: A Timeline of Major Hacks

[5] Pastebin – Operation Anti-Security

[6] PCWorld – UK police arrest teen from Lulz Security for DDOS attack

[7] Wikipedia – Tupac Shakur

[8] cnet News – PBS, hacked, says Tupac is still alive

[9] Lulz Security – Releases

[10] The Pirate Bay – LulzSec

[11] Pastebin – 50 Days of Lulz

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