But Thurman is no ordinary player. In the weird and burgeoning virtual universe, he’s a former outlaw. While earnest gaming geeks spend hours slaying dragons to earn booty playing Sony’s EverQuest, Blizzard Entertainment’s World of Warcraft, and other multiplayer online games, Thurman spent years using his coding chops to cut to the chase: rigging his computers to play games automatically and rake in gold. It took three months and 50 000 lines of code to pull off the feat. And it was all perfectly legal, at least in the real world.
Amazing read…check it out. Thanks, Riley!