Archive for the ‘Tech Peoples’ Category

  • 5 Reasons Zuck Didn’t Consult You re. the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

    on Dec 9, 15 • in Social Media, Tech Peoples, The Techlife • with No Comments

    Here are 5 Reasons Mark Zuckerberg didn't seek your brilliant counsel on how he should spend his money

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  • Foursquare Strips Lance Armstrong of Mayorship and Gym Rat Badge

    on Oct 22, 12 • in Social Media, Tech Peoples, Uncategorized • with 1 Comment

    Foursquare, the mobile social network that rewards users for “check-in’s” to local establishments, has stripped Lance Armstrong of the coveted “Mayor” title for his local 24 Hour Fitness in Austin, TX. The news comes on the heels of incriminating evidence published by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and subsequent penalties by both the Tour de France and several of Armstrong’s sponsors. Nike, Trek Bicycles and Anheuser-Busch all dropped Armstrong, and professional cycling’s governing body stripped him of his Tour de France medals. Now the devastating news from Foursquare. Dennis Crowley, CEO of Foursquare, said in a statement,

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  • 5 Reasons Tim Armstrong is Better Looking than You

    on Oct 8, 12 • in Slideshows and Infographics, Tech Peoples • with No Comments

    Tim Armstrong is the CEO of AOL and former Head of North America for Google, where he joined in 2000. And he is gosh-darned handsome. Here’s why: 5 Reasons Tim Armstrong is Better Looking than You 1.    Hair           Look at that beautiful shiny stuff on top of his head!  It’s so silky and clean – full and luxurious, like mink…which he can totally afford.   2.    Cheekbones That sunken cheek thing he’s got going on here? He’s doing it on purpose. Or maybe he’s not – I can’t tell. But

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  • FakeChamath Pursues Social Change / Better Nickname

    on Oct 2, 12 • in Tech Peoples, Venture Capital • with 2 Comments

    FakeChamath Palihapitiya seems to have it all: gobs of money from his days at Facebook and early investments in other social media companies. A share in a NBA team. A closet full of bespoke suits, and Silicon Valley notoriety in the form of a FakeTwitter Account  And yet he wants more. BAC caught up with FakeChamath at his Palo Alto offices to talk about the World of FakeChamath.  (in laying out this interview, BAC trials several nicknames for FakeChamath – please vote on the one you like best in the Comments section below.) C-Pal: So I’m on

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