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One of my fave quotes from Anand: "Do you want to be just another tech blogger, or do you want to change the world?"
I hate the pettiness in tech journalism. Then again, what do I know about journalism?
RT @ericschmidt: When tech's cheap and experimentation's easy, over-worrying about risk is a great way to fall behind #howgoogleworks
Do people still use Quora? Tech blogs (read TechCrunch) have stopped featuring it altogether. No more hype.
It's a developer conference. Not meant for scribes who find the other side (backend) of tech boring leave alone understanding it.
I've read 2 Daily Nation articles and around 10 tech blogposts in this extra time. Engaged in banter with fellow fans. Boring game.
Those engineers at 1 Infinite Loop must be laughing every morning when they see how tech bloggers go bonkers over random tests they do.
It took the "big" tech blogs this long to realize Flappy Bird had arrived on Android. Everyone's focus was on Bad Hotel.
'How Microsoft should roll out the new CEO.' Bad English aside, tech bloggers have nerves. Really? How they should do it? SMH
RT @techradar: It'd be funny if it turned out that Apple was never working on an iWatch and it was all just a tech media fever dream, wouldn't it.
Oh dear Lord what happened to tech bloggers? Can't believe some list I just read. Ok, maybe its past my sleeping time.
My observation: there's more interest in mobile tech than on anything else tech at the moment. Not even console gaming or PC stuff.
Funny thing is, most of the guys writing for the "big" name tech blogs have a background in journalism. SMH
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