October 21st, 2011
digitalista

While I was on vacation cavorting with lions and sharks in Africa- my homeboy (aka tech nerdcrush)  MG Siegler bounces (sort of) from Techcrunch to become a VC at Crunchfund.  He will still be writing for Techcrunch, but just about Apple.  He says that this is NOT because Ariana Huffington gave Mike Arrington the bum’s rush, but it must of felt kind of good to give notice after all that garbage drama

I am happy we will still get his POV on Apple from Techcrunch and happy that he will be a part of bringing legit tech start ups to life- but part of me is kind of sad to not have him in full force on the editorial side.  His cranky, yet spot on reporting is one of the highlights of my day.  Hopefully parislemon.com will continue to bring us news about Apple and all other tech goodness/crapness.  Either way, a big good luck to you MG! 

August 24th, 2011
digitalista

Obvious Corp Announces “Lift”

Last night The Obvious Corporation (comprised of the founders of Twitter) announced their first venture… Lift.  There has been very little information about this new app, but what we do know is:

Tony Stubblebine and Jon Crosby have created an interesting new application for unlocking human potential through positive reinforcement.” 

My first reaction was to tweet at MG Siegler for details and I got a tweet back from Tony Stubblebine.

Very curious as to what this app is about and excited to see what Biz and Ev can accomplish beyond creating Twitter.  If it were me, I would be calling it quits and swimming in my scrooge mcduck vault of gold coins… ambitious motherfuckers. 

April 4th, 2011
digitalista
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