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Ron Gilbert
These we the days before the Internet (as we know it today). We didn't have the ability to send email outside the company, hence the lack of a .com any other domain extension. It was all Internal.

When we worked at Skywalker ranch, Lucasfilm Games was in the the "Stable House", a building crafted to look like an old stable. When we moved from the ranch down to the office park in San Rafael, we changed the name to "Unstable".

The AOL you see after people names isn't really an AOL email address, they were just using the AOL service to communicate.  LG also had an AOL account and we'd talk to people that way. Either that or CompuServe.

Fun times.