this story came across to my attention to me earlier today: Georgia law aims to lure video game makers and combined with rumors that the governator is trying to raise taxes for california businesses (where alot of us gaming companies are located now) which could drive them out of the state, could there be a movement to atlanta for many video game companies? another question is how did atlanta become a video game maker hub in the first place? i didn't really see atlanta as a place where game makers would locate, but i know atlanta has a bit of a history with video games. and i end with a question: will a young person seeking a video game job in the south do better making the short relocation to atlanta and hope the industry booms over there (via migration) or go to the west coast where it's stable? thanks in advance.