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  1. Good for you, Matt! For some reason, I resisted joining the IGDA for years. But then they lowered their annual dues and I felt obligated (or something) to support them. I’m happy to be a member now.

  2. Good for you, Matt! For some reason, I resisted joining the IGDA for years. But then they lowered their annual dues and I felt obligated (or something) to support them. I’m happy to be a member now.

  3. Very cool, Bruce. I’ve supported the organization for years, but when I left Human Head, I didn’t feel the need to pony up for dues right then. Earlier this year I decided I’d take a real run at doing some computer game contract work, and I joined the IGDA Writers SIG. No one ever asked me for a membership number, even when I volunteered to help edit the SIG’s newsletter. Once I decided to attend the chapter meeting in Madison last month, though, I knew it was time to make everything official, and I’m glad I did.

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    Very cool, Bruce. I’ve supported the organization for years, but when I left Human Head, I didn’t feel the need to pony up for dues right then. Earlier this year I decided I’d take a real run at doing some computer game contract work, and I joined the IGDA Writers SIG. No one ever asked me for a membership number, even when I volunteered to help edit the SIG’s newsletter. Once I decided to attend the chapter meeting in Madison last month, though, I knew it was time to make everything official, and I’m glad I did.

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