In the hot seat with Kara Swisher at D11, the Twitter CEO talked about the genius of Jack Dorsey, and how Twitter hasen't moved fast enough on user account security, which saw stocks plummet after one high-profile hack.
It's been a few days since Microsoft reportedly walked away for good
from discussions with Yahoo, and the vitriol being hurled at Yahoo CEO
Jerry Yang is really something to behold. There certainly are facts to
back it up, but the uniformity of the conventional wisdom and the level
of anger puzzles me. Some of the coverage has taken on a very personal
You can easily picture the veins bulging as Michael Arrington at TechCrunch screams Yahoo can't possibly make more mistakes:
We're approaching the end of the Sundance Film Festival here in Park City, Utah. The filmmakers in attendance this morning for a panel discussion about delivering movies over the Internet seemed alternately energized and terrified by the prospect. They acknowledged the Internet’s potential as a marketplace for movies that may not receive traditional distribution (via DVDs or theaters or television), but worried about who would pony up the millions required to support their more ambitious projects.