Will Watts Senior Administrator, Security Analyst Staff member Joined Mar 4, 2012 Posts 6,477 Location %tmp% Apr 11, 2013 #1 Turns out Adam "Always Online" Orth now no longer works for Microsoft. I doubt we'll find out much more information about him now, but it's a good example of how damaging comments made on the internet can be. Adam ?Always Online? Orth no longer employed at Microsoft | Ars Technica With a public Twitter account comes great responsibility—a good rule of thumb is that you shouldn't tweet anything your mother or your boss would object to seeing. According to GameInformer, Microsoft Creative Director Adam Orth's tone-deaf comments regarding his inability to understand why rumors of an always-connected Xbox were causing some customers angst have led to his becoming former Microsoft Creative Director Adam Orth. It's not known at this point whether Orth resigned from his position voluntarily or was fired (or was given the option to resign in lieu of termination), but the change appears to have occurred within the past day. GameInformer's attempts to reach Orth for comment via Microsoft's main number have been unsuccessful, lending additional credence to news of his departure. Click to expand... The original comments were made about the next gen Xbox, with Orth commenting customers should #dealwithit if they didn't like the direction MS was going. Not the brightest thing to say, but he didn't deserve the personal backlash against him.