Valve is beloved for its quality titles and excellent games distribution service (Steam, if you're not hip and in the know like me), but they're also infamous for constant delays and excruciatingly long development cycles. They're also incredibly secretive, so while we may know they have some serious stuff in the works, we can't be certain of exactly what it is. Well, as it turns out, one of the projects Valve had in the pipeline was... well, Pipeline. Read more at The Escapist Idealistic project to encourage young people towards video game development, or a sinister front for the ritualistic sacrifices fueling Half Life 3's development? You decide. Valve is known for hiring only the best and brightest in the industry; getting the chance to "work" in the company's offices is a serious privilege and an honor. This is a huge opportunity for these kids; I must admit, I am most "jelly" at this moment. I do have to say that I'm a bit skeptical. I mean, it's a nice thought, Gabe, but I think the youngsters of today are into a different sort of "pipe line", if you know what I am saying.