Tuesday, November 28, 2006

The New Yorker on the Wii

It's positive, arguing that Nintendo's following a sound strategy by focusing on making good, profitable games equipment, rather than trying to win the console wars. The guy then argues that it's more profitable for a company to focus on its own profits rather than trying to win the competition for market share.

Mostly, I dig that there's a positive Wii article in the New Yorker. I think of Nintendo as being like my Apple - a giant megacorp for which I feel affection on a probably suspect basis.

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