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Illinois based Earthcomber has filed a suit in the US District Court against Loopt and the popular TechCrunch blog for patent infringement.
Spotted this conversation between Nick Denton (Gawker) and Michael Arrington (TechCrunch) on Valleywag.
Eric Berlin prefers using Twitter over his RSS Reader. He writes – "I’ve been using my RSS reader more selectively of late, as a place to browse around when I have the time rather than looking at it as a mountain must be climbed everyday. TechCrunch and Mashable are great places to catch up on(…)
Am not sure why Foruture executive editor Josh Quittner refers to Michael Arrington as Arlington but it’s a good read: "Sites that started out as tiny operations – titles like ReadWrite Web, Mashable, GigaOm, and Silicon Alley Insider – have staffed up and are turning into small businesses. Arrington himself employs ten people. Arlington is(…)
Dan Farber says – “It’s pleasing to have Mike and others targeting CNET. It must mean that we are at the top of the heap. Competitve envy comes with the territory. And, I admire what Mike, Om Malik, Matt Marshall, Rafat Ali and others have done to build their networks and companies. In fact, we(…)
Sraman Mitra – “Michael Arrington, to make his dream come true, needs to look at personalities that have less overbearing ego issues. One such blog entrepreneur that comes to mind is Richard MacManus of ReadWriteWeb. The content is also synergistic with Techcrunch, which makes is a ripe target for the first major blog / network(…)
Are you a blogger that loves to get in to test new sites first? Many of those sites are trying to reach you too – but they get lost amidst all the press releases for stuff you don’t care about.
When you click the name of some company on TechCrunch blog, you are very likely* to be transported to some internal web page that it not the official website but aggregates all the posts ever published on TechCrunch about that start-up. This practice of self-linking is also followed on other popular blogs like Mashable and(…)
Good bloggers work like dogs. You can’t expect readers to show up unless you show up. And the internet never closes. So Arrington is at his desk in his house about ten minutes after he wakes up. Then he writes all day. CNet editor Michael Parsons analyses the possible issues when turning the one-man blog into a(…)