April 16th, 2013
Microsoft Studios creative director Adam Orth caused quite a bit of controversy when he defended the idea of consoles that require an always-on Internet connection to function. [...] Remember that Twitter isn’t a private conversation with friends who follow you; other people will assume that each tweet is more or less a press release, and the media is more than happy to provide you with a megaphone for your messages, even if you didn’t ask for one. The personal Twitter account is a concept that has been dead for some time, and reports of Orth leaving Microsoft are yet more proof. Proceed with caution.
So much for work life balance