A Wall Street Journal article that suggests a possible strike by The Screen Actors Guild, The Writers Guild of America, and the Directors Guild of America will leave creative minds with time on their hands and tinkering to do.

Alarm-Clock points us to a Wall Street Journal article that suggests a possible strike by The Screen Actors Guild, The Writers Guild of America, and the Directors Guild of America will leave creative minds with time on their hands and tinkering to do. WSJ says:

“The guilds and the studios should consider the possibility that 130,000 unemployed artists might find something to do when they are put on strike. And in so doing, they ay just start creating original content for the new media because it is easy and well, they’re not allowed to go to the set or the lot. And once they do so they may enjoy the lack of interference from suits and become smitten with the ability to put their work out immediately and world-wide.”

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