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Retro Gamer - - FROM THE ARCHIVES: DIGITAL PICTURES -

tom Zito

Fol­low­ing Dig­i­tal Pic­tures, Tom Zito harked back to his older ca­reer as a Wash­ing­ton Post rock critic and set up a new com­pany called Garage­band in 1999 which aimed to give a pro­mo­tional leg-up to up-and-com­ing bands. He then served as chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer of In­te­grated Me­dia Man­age­ment un­til 2009. To­day, he runs a web-based com­pany called I’d Watch That, which en­ables TV view­ers to vote on the shows that they would like to see get made for TV.

lodewijk COEN

Af­ter leav­ing Dig­i­tal Pic­tures, Lodewijk Coen be­came a se­nior art direc­tor at Mi­crounity Sys­tems in Sun­ny­vale, Cal­i­for­nia and then moved to the Nether­lands to be­come a lec­turer in new me­dia and ty­pog­ra­phy at the Academy of Fine Arts in Maas­trict. He has lec­tured at many in­sti­tu­tions in the Nether­lands, Fin­land, Amer­ica and Bel­gium and he is cur­rently the prin­ci­pal chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer at a com­pany which seeks to look at the link be­tween well­ness and art.

Mark KLEIN

Over the past cou­ple of decades, Mark Klein has been in­volved in in­ter­net se­cu­rity prod­ucts, he has co­founded a na­tion­wide voice­mail com­pany called evoice which was bought by AOL, and de­vel­oped many con­sumer and en­ter­prise prod­ucts and ser­vices. He is cur­rently the chief data sci­en­tist at a com­pany called Averon.

rob Fu­lop

Rob Fu­lop founded a com­pany called PF Magic in 1991 which be­came best known for the vir­tual pet games Dogz And Catz

– de­lib­er­ately pro­duc­ing cute in­ter­ac­tive games be­cause he was em­bar­rassed at the con­tro­versy over Night Trap. He sold PF Magic to Mat­tel in 2000 and later joined Play­first as a se­nior game de­signer. He has also worked for Video­brain and Zynga. To­day, Rob is cur­rently em­ployed as the de­sign direc­tor for Hands On Me­dia, over­see­ing the World Poker Tour on­line games. He also joined the in­die rock band Bourbon Ther­apy in Cal­i­for­nia in 2015 as the pi­anist/key­boardist.

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