TechCrunch: The Crunchies – Delayed Thoughts

This years TechCrunch award program called “The Crunchies” was so vastly different from all of the others, it took me a full week, plus, to figure out what I was…

TechCrunch “The Crunchies” Tonight

That kind of wacky, always entertaining and informative tech show by the blog TechCrunch is this evening, and this blogger’s attending. This time it’s held at Davies Symphony Hall, which…

Jeff Fluhr’s New Startup Spreecast.com

Jeff Fluhr’s a Bay Area entrepreneur and friend who is best known for his first big startup StubHub.com, of which my company Sports Business Simulations, was one of its first…

Sony Tablet vs. Apple iPad? No. Two Different Tablets

As one who has a Sony Tablet, given as a Christmas present from Sony, and one who purchased an Apple iPad for his mother, I think I’m pretty qualified to…

Sarah Lacy Strikes Back Against TechCrunch With PandoDaily.com

TechCrunch Senior Editor Sarah Lacy, who I first met when she was hanging with then-Valleywag Editor Owen Thomas, is the first former TechCrunch staffer (there are a lot of them:…

Gawker Most Valuable Blog In America At $318 million

For those who’ve not woke up to the new media space and the value of blogs, here’s the latest information from the Wall Street Journal’s 24/7 blog. In ranking the…

YouTube Analytics Much Better Than YouTube Insight

There are an estimated 20,000 YouTube Partners, or people who make some level of money from the production, uploading, and distribution of their own original content videos. Zennie62 is one…

Is Facebook Worth $100 Billion Before IPO? Yes

The hot tech news is that Facebook will hold and Initial Public Offering (IPO) in April of 2012, and that the giant social network started by Mark Zuckerberg is valued…

Countdown To The End Of Google Buzz Starts

Google recently announced that in a matter of few weeks it will retire its Google Buzz service because it didn’t live up to the company’s standards and expectations. This means…

SOPA: Internet Censorship

There is a lot of commotion on the Internet when it comes to potentially being censored. Countries like China and Iran censor what web sites their citizens can or cannot…

Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) Invites Fraudulent Claims

Cut to the chase: SOPA will invite fraudulent piracy claims and cost America millions in legal bills. The hot news of the day is the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA),…

CNN’s Solidad O’Brien Calls Out Michael Arrington On Black Entrepreneurs

At first this blogger was just going to leave the whole issue of TechCrunch Founder Michael Arrington’s statement that he “Didn’t know any black entrepreneurs” alone at one blog post.…

CNN, Michael Arrington, Black Entrepreneurs, and The Invisible Man

Last week, a bit of a row ensued when Tech Crunch Founder Michael Arrington appeared on a segment of a CNN special on black entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, and, under…

Velocomp iBike, SensoGlove Digital Golf Glove: Tech – CES 2012 News

Some really interesting tech products are being introduced as we move toward the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. Here’s two of this for this blog: Velocomp iBike and SensoGlove Digital Golf…

Anti-Michael Arrington TechCrunch Posts Show Insecurity

The news is all over that TechCrunch Founder and Editor Michael Arrington may step down from running the blog not just to operate a new venture capital fund, but because…