Long before he was stroking our collective Web 2.0 consciousness, Michael Arrington, a Young Republican-type of guy from an affluent part of Orange County, studied economics at Claremont McKenna College in Southern California, and generally enjoyed the life of the beer-swilling collegian that many of us led. I know this because …
RealNames was a scam, but his TechChrunch is worse
Great article, Mr Hansen.
RealNames was a scam that required you to install some junk IE plug-in to bypass the default DNS and use its own. Then it sold the "listings" to the highest bidder.
I wonder where Arrington got the idea for "The Bible of Web 2.0" from, then?
The lyrics might be different, but scam artists always sing the same song.
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