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Yep, the article isn't too long, but I thought it's better to have a quasi-stub than no article at all... Most of the content is reworded from the content of their own website, with lots of the information there excluded... The thing is, I know of the company by internet word-of-mouth and I know it's a really important one, a pioneer in the field... It was kind of a shame for them to be the only ones linked to from the machinima article with no article to call their own...
I hope someone who's more informed, or hopefully one of them, adds to this and expands it - I did all I could trust myself to do for the time being. BunnyDee 16:09, 19 March 2006 (UTC)
I'll see what I can do, but don't hold your breath.--Drat (Talk) 23:29, 24 March 2006 (UTC)
Don't know if anybody is still monitoring this page (Drat? TKD?), but I'm happy to expand this page with relevant information as well as correcting some incorrect and out-of-date info currently on the page. The only thing holding me back is that I actually work for Strange Company (I'm the Head Of Beverage Acquisition And Caffeine Replenishment - see my user page). I would normally assume that this would disqualify me from making any contributions to this page, but since BunnyDee invited us to edit the page, I'm making the offer. I've been watching the page for the past few months in the hope that someone else would step up to the plate, but no cigar. I do have a full disclosure of bias on my user page, which I'm happy to leave there. I'm also happy to write Hugh Hancock if there are plans to expand it to a full page rather than a redirect, although the same bias must obviously apply. He is my boss, after all. I Hate Sheep 17:58, 9 February 2007 (UTC)
So long as you write unbiased, in the third person, and can reference reliable, verifiable sources, there shouldn't be too many problems.--Drat (Talk) 05:03, 10 February 2007 (UTC)