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 Post subject: RIP, Stu Galley
PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 8:03 am 
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I learned this morning. Probably relevant to here because, in addition to working on the MDL programming language in one aspect or other, he was also a Senior Game Designer at Infocom.

https://everloved.com/life-of/stuart-galley/obituary/


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 Post subject: Re: RIP, Stu Galley
PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 9:48 am 
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jxself wrote:
I learned this morning. Probably relevant to here because, in addition to working on the MDL programming language in one aspect or other, he was also a Senior Game Designer at Infocom.

https://everloved.com/life-of/stuart-galley/obituary/


Very sad news, RIP Stu. :(


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jxself wrote:
I learned this morning. Probably relevant to here because, in addition to working on the MDL programming language in one aspect or other, he was also a Senior Game Designer at Infocom.

https://everloved.com/life-of/stuart-galley/obituary/


Watching Get Lamp, Stu gave an interesting and humorous interview. Reading his obit from the link above proves that he did lead an interesting life over and beyond his days at Infocom.

Goodbye, Sailor.

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MTW wrote:
jxself wrote:
I learned this morning. Probably relevant to here because, in addition to working on the MDL programming language in one aspect or other, he was also a Senior Game Designer at Infocom.

https://everloved.com/life-of/stuart-galley/obituary/


Watching Get Lamp, Stu gave an interesting and humorous interview. Reading his obit from the link above proves that he did lead an interesting life over and beyond his days at Infocom.

Goodbye, Sailor.


Good point, it reminds you that there's a whole life out there and IF/Infocom (whilst being a huge & important part) was just one part of life for Stu -- and everyone in fact.


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