Jon of RGN writes, "In the wake of a new rush towards the video games journalism industry many self-starters, spin-off websites, and indie publications such as our own have came about under their own rules. This flexible gaming press scenario is unlike any ever seen before the massive embrace of online gaming publications after a long era of highly successful print magazines that covered the latest in technology and video games. Fast forward to today, and we find a bubbling industry full of video games websites spinning their own news, opinions, and reviews. Sometimes that same flexibility that gives indie publications the chance to reach their audience becomes a double edged sword and high level editorial staff end up on the receiving end of an internet scandal. I sat down with Daniel Horowitz (Longtime Colleague, Gaming Enthusiast, and Continue Play Contributor *among other things) to discuss this new age of internet journalism and the responsibilities an indie publication should be expected to uphold to their readers and business partners."