Tracking Shit 2.0 – Why

Web 2.0 has its ups and downs. Ok
What sucks most is that people like Michael Arrington hype a whole load of shit that doesn’t even work or is online yet.

Bloggers and especially him should spend more time on describing valuable projects rather than pleasing their buddies from the valley. Also they shouldn’t just copy the stupid stuff just to fill up their blogs.

We try to help balance the hype, not attack TechCrunch specifically, although  it seems necessary sometimes.

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    right on – we need you folks to set our fluffy heads straight! *grin*

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