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    Quote Originally Posted by Mistwell View Post
    Penny Williams: Owns Crystal Unicorn Enterprises, LLC, a freelance writing/editing and publishing. Products include: Phoenix Lore(TM) Magazine, an online pdf publication; and Arcana Minor adventures, a line designed specifically for introducing young players to D&D.

    Jennifer Paige: Microsoft

    Julia Martin: Microsoft

    Linae Foster: Passport Game Studios; Products include various board games such as Tokaido, Kalua, Trajan, Soccero, Castaways, and Ace Detective

    Bill Slavicsek: Writer/Content Designer at ZeniMax Online Studios (The Elder Scrolls Online)
    Cheers, dude.

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    Chris Sims is a freelancer, and he has a regular column called Analysis Paralysis at Critical-Hits.com

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    Man what a golden age 2000-2001 seems to have been for WotC. A great crop of designers and a great game!

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    Torah Cottrill is a QA Specialist at e-Dialog (marketing company)

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    I'm not sure whether to include the non-gaming information. If they're no longer in the gaming business, it's probably not of interest to readers - and they probably don't want their current details plastered all over gaming sites. Dunno. What do you guys think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrus View Post
    I'm not sure whether to include the non-gaming information. If they're no longer in the gaming business, it's probably not of interest to readers - and they probably don't want their current details plastered all over gaming sites. Dunno. What do you guys think?
    I don't know if we need non-gaming info, but I think that maybe a link to their personal blog/g+/twitter/web site might be worth including. I know I personally like to check in with various designer's pages now and then to see what's rattling around in their heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrus View Post
    I'm not sure whether to include the non-gaming information. If they're no longer in the gaming business, it's probably not of interest to readers - and they probably don't want their current details plastered all over gaming sites. Dunno. What do you guys think?
    For what it is worth, all the info I posted is from their public profiles on Linked-In

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