I know the feeling that many parents get when they find out their kids are using Snapchat. It doesn’t matter how much you trust them. The first question that comes to mind for those parents that know anything about the temporary messaging system is, “are
Reddit doesn’t have a cash problem. They had $20 million in the bank when they were given partial independence by Conde Nast two years ago and unless they’re buying solid gold servers and platinum-plated Macs to run the site, they probably have enough to keep
I was only partially joking when I said that Michael Arrington should buy Soshable and turn it into his TechCrunch beater. Unfortunately, he didn’t return my calls.
Journalists will hate hearing this. Bloggers will hate it even more. I’m to the point where I’m starting to hate myself for thinking it. Michael Arrington has some good points about TechCrunch, CrunchFund, his role in blogging/journalism, and the conflicts of interest (or lack thereof)
Bloggers around the internet are patting themselves on the back. They are saying, “I told you so,” about the AOL/Techcrunch/HuffPo experiment. I, for one, am surprised. Call me silly, but I was cautiously optimistic that it wouldn’t blow up into a major debacle and that
When AOL bought Techcrunch back in September, 2010, they announced it with a story titled, “We Got Techcrunch!” The first thing that came to mind was, “Yes, but do you really know what you’re getting?”
Linkjacking means different things to different people. Many see it as using the content on one site as the bait to get viewers to pass through your site, or even stay there and explore without going on to the primary content. Most of the time,