It was last week when Microsoft’s creative director Adam Orth took to Twitter to give his opinions on the debate of having devices that are always connected to the Internet. It seemed pretty childish and juvenile and also led many to believe that the next Xbox would require this constant Internet connection, which is rumored.
This situation may have caused Orth’s early dismissal from Microsoft. The news comes from Game Informer, who say that sources have revealed that Orth allegedly resigned soon after his tweets last week. We don’t know if Orth’s resignation was voluntary or forced, but just look at the timing.
Sometimes its better to keep your mouth shut. And if you do have to tweet in frustration, try to keep it classy and not offend people. That’s the lesson here.
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