How Former 38 Studios Employees Have Moved On

How Former 38 Studios Employees Have Moved On. After the downfall of Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios, the 400-some employees found themselves unemployed, without benefits, and looking for their next move. The Globe reports that now, six months after a mass email sent them searching for work, most have been scooped up by other gaming companies, taking on new projects, or launched startups of their own. “I think that just about everybody was taken by surprise,” Kamil Marczewski, 25, said. By now, “… most people have found something at this point. It feels like the tone [among former 38 employees] has changed overall.”  []

So … Uh … How About That Patriots Win? As Jackie MacMullan writes: “Win and move on. That’s how you stay alive in the NFL.”  [ESPN]

Comparing Annie Dookhan to Law & Order. If the Annie Dookhan scandal seems like it’s a plot of a Law & Order episode, that’s because it is. Jack Sullivan chats with the producer who wrote the episode that Dookhan is seemingly starring in right now.  [CommonWealth Magazine]

This Week is Innovation Week in Massachusetts. Deval Patrick will be on hand at the Revere Hotel tonight to open the week-long series of events celebrating innovation in Massachusetts. “It’s clear that the Innovation Economy in Massachusetts is one of the most dynamic ecosystems in the world,” said Debi Kleiman, president of MITX.  [Mass High Tech]

Jay-Z and Beyonce Cannot Trademark Blue Ivy. Thanks to Blue Ivy Events, the Massachusetts-based event-planning company that’s now enjoying a bump in publicity (including but not limited to a photo of Jay-Bey on their homepage).  [NDTV]