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===Interviews===
 
===Interviews===

Revision as of 17:21, 6 August 2018

Stu Galley, 2008. From GET LAMP.

Stu Galley was employed at MIT when he was asked to be on the board of the newly-formed Infocom. Originally the treasurer, he moved to writing games for the company, and collaborated with children's author Jim Lawrence on a new line of teen-friendly IF.

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Interviews