battle it out in court with lawyers and expansive patent portfolios, one man seems to know how real
geeks settle disputes -- with a deathmatch. Markus "Notch" Persson, the man behind Minecraft
and head of Mojang, has decided the best way to put the trademark squabble with Bethesda to rest is two rounds of three-on-three Quake 3 Arena
action. The Elder Scrolls
developer is sticking with the same tactics that have made smartphone companies our new least-favorite corporate citizens, but Notch thinks ownership of the word "scrolls" can best be determined with BFGs and railguns. With any luck this will catch on and, when Steve Jobs and Larry Page lead their forces into battle in Team Fortress,
we're gonna have to put on our money on the Mountain View crew.