game design company

by Douglas Coupland

Like its 1995 predecessor, Microserfs, Douglas Coupland’s latest foray into the annals of extreme contemporaneousness delves into the world of a group of young programmers, this time substituting a Vancouver-based video-game design company for Microsoft. The group is referred to as jPod because the names of all six programmers working within the “pod,” including Ethan Jarlewski, the book’s protagonist, begin with J. Read more…