Hello. This is Jellyfish Entertainment. (170820 Fancafe)
안녕하세요. 젤리피쉬 엔터테인먼트입니다.
어제(19일)부로 온라인상에 유포되고 있는 게시물과 관련해 공지 올립니다. 소속 아티스트와 당사의 명예를 훼손하는 인신공격성 악플과 멤버들에 대한 루머 생산 및 허위 사실 유포 등이 확인돼 공지를 통해 안내해드리게 되었습니다.
먼저 문제가 된 해당 사진의 경우 특정 팬분만 따로 시간을 내 만난 것은 전혀 아니며, 지난 뮤지컬 ‘마타하리’ 서포트 현장 멤버가 연습을 위해 급하게 들어가야 하는 상황에 찾아온 해당 팬분을 만나게 되었습니다. 당시 급하게 만나게 된 팬분을 제재하기 어려웠던 상황으로 지나가는 중 인사를 하는 찰나에 촬영된 사진입니다. 더이상 확대 해석이나 인신공격성 악플 등은 삼가해주시길 바랍니다.
또한 해당 팬분의 서포트 참여의 경우 사전에 협의된 내용이 아니며 해당 팬분의 경우 2016.11.24. 공지 이후 팬클럽 강제 탈퇴 처리돼 서포트 참여가 불가한 상황이었으나, 타인의 이름으로 허위 신청돼 사전 확인이 이뤄지지 못했습니다. 당사는 서포트 참여자에 대해 사전부터 더욱 상세히 확인해 진행할 수 있도록 더욱 주의를 기울이겠습니다.
더불어 당사는 본 건을 포함해 소속 아티스트와 관련된 온라인상 모든 인신공격성 악플, 악성 루머 생산 및 배포, 허위 사실 및 반복적 왜곡 등 명예를 훼손하는 모든 행위에 대해 법적으로 강경하게 대응할 것임을 다시 한 번 알려드립니다.
Hello. This is Jellyfish Entertainment.
This is an announcement regarding post(s) that were circulating online yesterday (the 19th). We have confirmed that libelous personal attacks on our company’s artist and the company, as well as false rumors about members, were produced and spread, so we are addressing this with an announcement.
First, in regard to the picture in question, he was certainly not meeting the specific fan at a separate time; during support for the musical ‘Mata Hari’ the member had to quickly go inside to practice and saw the fan in question.
At the time, it was difficult to restrict the fan they met suddenly, so he greeted them while passing, which was the moment the picture was taken. Please refrain from further misconstruing this or writing personal attacks.
Further, the support project by the fan in question was not discussed in advance. They were forced to withdraw from the fan club following the announcement made on 2016.11.24 so are unable to participate in support, but they made a request under a false name, which we couldn’t confirm in advance. The company will be pay particular attention to more comprehensively checking people who request support in advance.
Additionally, we would like to remind you that we will take firm legal action against online personal attacks, production and distribution of malicious rumors, false information, repeated distortions, and other libelous actions against our company’s artists, including this matter.
T/N: Here is a link to the aforementioned announcement from 2016.11.24.
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Thanks for your answer to the question on online multiplayer. If you do not mind going further into this, does the money from ps+ or xbox live actually go to servers or game servers to improve things like reliability? Do you feel that paid console online is bad or good for the industry? If I understand you correctly, you state console makers if they go back to making online free those costs would be pushed on to others such as publishers, causing issues. Is that correct?
Does the money from ps+ or xbox live actually go to servers or game servers to improve things like reliability?
XBL and PS+ don’t actually run the game servers. Game servers are handled by the respective game’s publisher. What XBL and PS+ do is provide a platform that handles matchmaking, game invites, digital distribution, financial transaction support, activating and validating software keys, tracking achievements, and providing a messaging service and friends list.
That said, XBL and PS+ have performance indicators that the executives are watching - stats like percentage growth, revenue earned, marketing data, user engagement numbers, and so on. The money they earn through subscriptions and digital sales is, in part, channeled back into the service to continue maintenance and improvement. This means reliability, yes, but also things like better performance or quality of life features.
Do you feel that paid console online is bad or good for the industry?
I don’t think a paid console online platform is necessarily good or bad. It’s just a value proposition - here are a bunch of services that Sony and Microsoft (and soon Nintendo) are offering to you at a given price. You can decide, like me, that the annual cost isn’t worth it and not subscribe to the service. Or you can decide, like many friends of mine, that the value is there, and pay for the service. There are clearly enough people out there that view it as a worthwhile exchange. Who am I to tell them that they shouldn’t?
If console makers go back to making online free, the associated costs would be pushed on to others such as publishers, causing issues… right?
It is certainly one possibility. Other ways could be lowering costs for maintenance or development, selling advertisements, or selling user data to advertisers. Any sort of online gaming platform could do this. In fact, they could be doing any or all of these already and you’d probably never know.
Glob grant me the serenity to engage in productive conversations with people who are actually interested in exchanging points of view and receptive to new ideas, the courage to shrug off harassment and insults from trolls who only want to shut down people who have opposing viewpoints, and the wisdom to know the difference.
I don’t know about you, but when I take an online it is basically fend-fo-yo-self. I end up teaching myself everything and having to be really proactive with my study time. After four years of undergrad with at least one class each semester online and one whole semester of all online grad school classes, I think I finally have a good method down and I wanted to share because no one should have to suffer through that much online classes alone!
First- Skim and Highlight
Skim the chapter in your textbook.
Highlight any italicized words, bold words or pull quotes. Usually, the online test/quizzes are based on these and you can use your book so having them easy to find in your readings in a huge help. The first and last sentence or couple of sentences should give you a good idea of what the paragraph is about. So if you highlight key words and phrases in those you can easily go back and read more about the specifics of those topics later on if you need to.
Another part I always read is the summary at the very end of my chapters- they are good to get the big picture, and the excerpt boxes with stories or outside sources ect.- there is always a wildcard question from some anecdotal story it seems.
Second-Guided reading questions and highlight AGAIN
Most of my purely online classes (and some traditional classes) have an online textbook component that you get with the purchase of your textbook or that your professor set up. Each chapter will typically have some type of guided reading or reading comprehension feature (might be called something different, but you get the idea).
I go through the questions and even if I know the answer right away I look for the part in the text that has the answer.
Then I highlight the exact section in my book that has the answer in a different color than I used before. This way I can distinguish what I thought was important from my cursory first reading from what is actually import (or at least important according to the textbook gods).
Third- Check answers and screen shot
Once I answer the guided reading type questions I look at the results and screen shot every question regardless if I got them right or wrong. I know this might seem tedious or *extra, but you get the key strokes down to a pattern and it is mindless (command-shift-4 on macs).
I put all the images into a folder named with the chapter. I then use these to study from AND when I have timed tests because these questions are often repeated word for word on the unit tests or at least similar.
My online classes have all open book tests, but I know other programs use a proctoring website that videos you or shuts down the functionality of the rest of your computer. So I know you may not be able to flip through those screen shots if that is the case, but they are a great study tool to use for closed book or proctored tests as well even if you can’t use them during the actual test.
Thank you for reading! 💫And good luck with all of your online classes! If you use these tips or find it helpful reblog. Or even if you don’t have online classes some of your followers might so reblog for them!