The End of TechCrunch?

For the past two weeks the tech world has been buzzing with the news of Michael Arrington’s ouster from TechCrunch, the company he founded. Update: The first TechCrunch writer to quit after AOL firing Mike Arringtin is Paul Caar.  Read his resignation letter on the site....more

Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz F-Bombs TechCrunch's Michael Arrington: Shame ... or Fame?

The setup: At the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York, Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz sat down with TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington in what was billed by the conference as a "fireside chat" -- but was more accurately described by TechCrunch Co-Editor Eric Shoenfeld as the lion's den." ...more

So, which BlogHer panel should we open with a "How the f-bomb are you?"

Just kidding. But in ...more

TechCruncher Mike Arrington says he was spit on at Davos, taking a break for a month

If there’s any media property that’s King in the tech world, it’s TechCrunch, the blog that Mike Arrington started in 2004 as a way to track other start-ups as he worked on his own (edgeio). ...more

Good points and questions, Susan.

For the record, he got spat on at the DLD (Digital, ...more

BlogHer Goes to TechCrunch50

I had an opportunity to attend TechCrunch50 this year (like TC40 last year but 10 louder). This new conference, in its second year now, gives startup companies a chance to pitch their business, get evaluated by an expert panel and potentially win $50,000. ...more

I put Yammer on my list of things to check out, due to your post but of course I never made time ...more

Hello BlogHer! I'm Here!

If it wasn't for Twitter I might not have discovered  It all started a couple of months ago when I heard about Twitter, and decided to join.  I was familiar with Twitter, I had heard some buzz around about it from TechCrunch and Shoemoney.  Then finally when the topic came up again, I decided to give Twitter a try.  ...more