Scripting News for 2/2/2007

Sylvia speaks up for the TechCrunch conference. 

Chris Pirillo would like to market Vista for Microsoft. 

Erik Wingren responds to criticism here about Snap. 

What to do when a publication whose business runs on a page-view model, who has at least one reporter you respect, takes an unfair swipe? Call them on it, and feed their business and give them an incentive to do it again? Or ignore it — people may believe what they say. In the end, I decide to say nothing. There are people who cut corners, to whom making a buck is more important than their own integrity. Ultimately you can’t win a battle with them, so they get a pass.  

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by brad on February 2, 2007 at 1:11 pm

    Are you republishing old posts? A bunch of older posts seem to be showing up as new in the RSS feed.

    Reply

  2. Posted by Tim King on February 2, 2007 at 7:46 pm

    I sometimes see old posts (7 – 8 yrs. ago) as current posts in Google Reader. Kind of interesting to see Winer’s comments from the late 90’s and to see if the links are still there.

    Reply

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