Please Google, stop trying to shove Google + down our collective throats. Please!
No one wants it except a small sad minority that is addicted to social networking. We already have far more garbage social networking sites than we need. There’s Facebook, MySpace, Reddit, Digg, Stumbleupon, Foursquare, Quora, etc. The list is seemingly endless. Most are little more than glorified vBulletin boards offering nothing to users other than the opportunity to waste time in exchange for being data-mined.
In Silicon Valley, snarky blogs make a comeback
The Editorial Team at Startup Junkies does not condone snark.
Just look at our history.
We told you that there would be consequences to Linkedin’s ill treatment of its members.
If you infuriate millions of users with a bad policy and refuse to fix the problem there will be consequences.
Now the cows have come have come home to roost.
Has Co-founder Charlie Cheever Been Pushed Out by Quora Insiders?
It’s beginning to look that way and Silicon Valley is abuzz with speculation over more departures. Actually this is just one more exit in a long continuous talent exodus. Since it’s launch Quora has done a superb job of driving away its best contributors leaving behind only the pompous windbags and those shallow enough to be impressed by them.
The Failed Quora Business Model