Farmville, Mafia Wars Developer Admits to Scamming as Part of Business Model, Promises to Change



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And I'm still not getting the facebook thing anyway.  I have hundreds of friends, and yes it's kind of great to see people that you haven't seen in years.  However, the process of typing and posting your every event in life is ridiculous.  Go there now and look at your "wall."  How many posts and pictures are of redundant everyday things that you could care less about.  Lol, for example 

"Heading off to work...wishing it was Friday."

 "Going on vacation to Myrtle Beach...yippee."

"About to enjoy a great breakfast cooked by my husband...yummy."

 Just eat your pancakes, take your trip, get your work done and shut up about it already.  Let me know when something important and halfway exciting happens. 



Like I keep telling my old FPS buddy.  Stop spending all your time on these low budget mmos/rpgs and start playing a real game like WoW.  Same thing but only for the pros.



What a piece of shit this guy is. This sounds like it's written by a thirteen year old, not a "CEO" of a game company.

“I knew that I wanted to control my destiny, so I knew I needed
revenues, right, f***ing, now. Like I needed revenues now. I funded the
company myself but I did every horrible thing in the book to, just to
get revenues right away," said Zynga CEO Mark Pincus. "I mean we gave
our users poker chips if they downloaded this zwinky toolbar which was
like, I don’t know, I downloaded it once and couldn't get rid of it.”

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