What happens when tech geeks live in worlds of their own?

Well, I don’t know the whole answers but I guess one of them would be blaming others for their downfall and engage in fault-finding missions with innocent parties.

Take a look at TechCrunch, one of the world’s most popular tech blogs for an example. Michael Arrington today revealed that some tech geeks that made it to the world of business are not happy with TechCrunch’s casual reporting of failures and turmoil in the world of tech startup companies and hotshot tech geeks.

Incredible! The nerve of those arrogant tech geeks!

Personally, Tech blogs such as TechCrunch did nothing wrong in the first place. They were just reporting the truth, that’s all. What is wrong with that?!

In response to such nonsense from those hotshot tech geeks, Michael Arrington showed them his ‘middle finger’ (sort of):
To ignore layoffs and other bad news is to pretend that there’s no downside to starting a company, or going to work for one. That’s not the reality of startup life. And it would be irresponsible of us to lead people to think otherwise.

Source: TechCrunch

Well said, Mike! Carry on, TechCrunch!

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