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Submitted by -Mezzo- 468d ago | opinion piece

Microsoft Creative Director Adam Orth Reminds Us All of the Perils of Twitter

Forbes - t happens so quickly — one moment you’re publicly defending the controversial features of an unannounced.

project from the major technology company you work for, the next moment you’re resigning from your job at that same company. At least, that’s what happened to Microsoft Creative Director Adam Orth. (Adam Orth, Culture, Microsoft)

clintos59  +   468d ago
It just shows that no matter how "LOYAL" u are & even try & "DEFEND" a company. Saying the wrong things can lose your job for u. I wonder if he just wasn't happy there to something like that? Who would risk their job over twitter just to defend anything unless your on something or had beef with the company. Im sure he will speak out why he said it sooner or later.

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