As a very special bonus to this week's episode, we also have an interview with Tiny Speck's Stewart Butterfield. Not only is Stewart the co-creator of Glitch, but he is also a co-founder of Flickr and was once named one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world. Oh yeah, he was on the cover of Newsweek, too.
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Show Notes For Massively Speaking Episode 171
- Richard Garriott blames Blizzard for ignoring social gaming
- DCUO rolls out free-to-play
- MechWarrior Online announced
- Earth Eternal development on hold
- Layoffs his both NCsoft and GamersFirst this week
- It's our 4th birthday! Celebrate with embarrassing memories from us