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William ''Bing'' Gordon Joins Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers as Partner is the press release announcing Electronic Arts Chief Creative Officer William "Bing" Gordon is departing EA after 26 years (though as far as we know he is not a co-founder at EA as stated in the press release). There's a Q&A with Gordon on Level Up about the move to the venture capital firm. As noted in the announcement: "He will maintain his relationship with Electronic Arts as Chief Creative Officer Emeritus, and return to the company to lead periodic workshops on innovation with EA Studio leaders."

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1. No subject Apr 28, 2008, 20:42 xXBatmanXx
 
innovation with EA Studio leaders

For some reason, I lack the enthusiasms other may have for this "innovation" they speak of.....EA has been very dormant in the innovation department for some time now....

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