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The Techtopus: How Silicon Valley’s most celebrated CEOs conspired to drive down 100,000 tech engineers’ wages

Posted in ひと, アップル, グーグル, シリコンバレー by shiro on 2014年3月25日

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The Techtopus: How Silicon Valley’s most celebrated CEOs conspired to drive down 100,000 tech engineers’ wages | PandoDaily

Non-poaching emails show Jobs was warring with Google long before iPhone was launched | 9to5Mac

Emails From Eric Schmidt And Sergey Brin On Hiring Apple Workers | Business Insider

The emails that led to accusations of an Apple and Google wage-fixing cartel | The Loop

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Mike Judge’s Silicon Valley Poster Pays Homage To Steve Jobs

Posted in シリコンバレー, テレビ by shiro on 2014年3月5日

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Mike Judge’s Silicon Valley Poster Pays Homage To Steve Jobs | Cult of Mac

Silicon Valley Season 1: Trailer (HBO) | YouTube

Mike Judge’s Silicon Valley Poster… | ParisLemon

Carl Icahn 2.0: an icon of ’80s greed is back to shake up Silicon Valley

Posted in ひと, シリコンバレー by shiro on 2014年2月10日

2013 was a lost year for tech

Posted in シリコンバレー, テクノロジー by shiro on 2013年12月27日

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2013 was a lost year for tech | Quartz

Christopher Mims:

All in, 2013 was an embarrassment for the entire tech industry and the engine that powers it—Silicon Valley. Innovation was replaced by financial engineering, mergers and acquisitions, and evasion of regulations. Not a single breakthrough product was unveiled—and for reasons outlined below, Google Glass doesn’t count.

Dear Quartz, maybe it’s you that needs new glasses and a map. 2013 was not a lost year for tech | GigaOM

Om Malik:

But to label 2013 a lost year for technology is hyperbolic, to put it generously. What’s more distressing to me is that other smart folks are simply echoing the headline. I look at the world around me, and I find a technology landscape that is blooming. How can you not be excited about the idea of sensors, apps and data turning our phones into a doctor’s virtual proxy. (I live with a disease and my phone is as much a part of it, as my meds.) Helium-filled disk drives that can store more and more data? Breakthrough or boring. Depends on how you look at the world — as someone who loves technology or someone who loves the shiny interpretation of technology.

2013: The Year in Apple and Technology at Large | Daring Fireball

What a sad pile of piss-on-everything cynicism.

Best mobile product of 2013: Google Glass | Digital Trends

Nihilism, and why the tech press can’t admit to having nice things… | iMore

John Gruber on Christopher Mims’ “2013 Was a Lost Year for Tech” | Marco.org

rsiegel asked | ParisLemon

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How Big Data Is Playing Recruiter for Specialized Workers

Posted in シリコンバレー, リクルート, 就職 by shiro on 2013年4月29日

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How Big Data Is Playing Recruiter for Specialized Workers | NYTimes.com

Jade Dominguez, 26, never went to college, but was hired by Gild, a start-up, after its algorithm put him atop a list of programmers.

10: Gradual Ramp Up To Nothing | Accidental Tech Podcast

Getting a tech job with and without a college degree.

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Charlie Cheever はなぜ Quora を辞めたのか

Posted in ひと, シリコンバレー by shiro on 2012年10月3日
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“Like Eating Glass”: Sean Parker

Posted in ひと, シリコンバレー, スタートアップ by shiro on 2012年10月3日

“Like Eating Glass”: Sean Parker on Airtime’s Bumpy Launch | AllThingsD

“Running a start-up is like eating glass. You just start to like the taste of your own blood.”

Like Color, time for Airtime to get off the air | GigaOM

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Charlie Cheever is Out at Quora

Posted in ひと, シリコンバレー by shiro on 2012年9月12日
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マイク・アーリントンが自分のブログを立ち上げ

Posted in ひと, シリコンバレー, ジャーナリズム by shiro on 2011年9月26日

Can Arrington recreate TechCrunch? Because that’s exactly what he’s planning on doing… [Updated] | The Next Web

I don’t think we’d be exaggerating the truth by saying Arrington very much intends on continuing exactly what he’s been doing at TechCrunch over at Uncrunched. Is it possible, or rather how fascinating would it be, if Arrington did manage to pull off the almost impossible and launch a competing blog to the one he started and steal the team that he helped build the blog with from the company that acquired it?

What Exactly Am I Doing Here At Uncrunched? | UNCRUNCHED

Michael Arrington: Uncrunched | The Loop

Here I Am | UNCRUNCHED

TechCrunch創設者マイケル・アーリントンが新ブログ開設:@Arrington launched @UNCRUNCHED | Long Tail World

TechCrunch Founder Michael Arrington Launches A New Blog, Uncrunched | TechCrunch

本誌TechCrunchのファウンダMichael Arringtonが自分のブログUncrunchedを立ち上げ | TechCrunch Japan

EXCLUSIVE: Ex-TechCrunch Star Paul Carr Is Starting A New Company Backed By… Michael Arrington’s CrunchFund! | Business Insider

What’s Next? | Bringing Something To The Party

TechCrunchゲリラ辞任のポール・カー、CNNで語る:@paulcarr on his resignation from @techcrunch on @cnn | Long Tail World

How Big Was Arrington’s Stake In TechCrunch When He Sold It To AOL? | Business Insider

TechCrunch Disrupt、Disrupt、混乱

Posted in ひと, シリコンバレー, ジャーナリズム by shiro on 2011年9月17日