Hunter S. Thompson and you have a deep-seated fear of clicking on links that lead to Wikipedia, the man was the origin of the movement known as Gonzo journalism. Thompson felt that objectivity in journalism was a myth, that to truly understand the field you were writing about you had to get it under your nails and really wallow. He made no pretexts of objectivity, instead openly embracing his subjective opinions and drawing more conviction from that self-confessed bias.
What does any of this have to do with this week's installment of Ask Massively? Not a blessed thing. You all know my schtick by this point.
At any rate, this week's installment is a remarkably meta one, covering the ways that the staff funds our well-known gaming habits, the methods of communication amidst the staff, and the all-important question of how you kids get ideas in your heads these days. (Blaming the Internet seems downright hypocritical.) Click on past the break for the full rundown, and as always, you can leave your question in the comment field or mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org