Monthly Archives: December 2006
You know what? It’s time to declare peace in the ongoing TechCrunch UK / TechCrunch US / Le Web 3 debacle. I will be making no further comment on this blog, or anyone else’s blog, about the matter. We’ve all, … Continue reading
I forgot to mention. I got onto BBC World’s “Click” show this week, in an interview about Second Life. The video is here. (Although the brand name they put against my name is now incorrect).
Today we launch Vecosys, a new blog to track UK, Irish and, moving outwards, European web 2.0 and mobile 2.0 startups. Today also happens to be my birthday. (We still need to do some more design on it, but it’s … Continue reading
Le Web 3 reaction Originally uploaded by Tom Morris. This says it all really.
PLEASE NOTE: Before you read the below post, here is the context: It was written after a very difficult few days following the collapse of the TechCrunch UK franchise in December 2006 due to the falling out of franchisee Sam … Continue reading
I hope to get time (today’s hospital visits allowing) to post more fully about this whole TechCrunch UK & Ireland debacle. However, in the mean time, one thing is clear: I have been locked out of the TechCrunch web site’s … Continue reading
Those who know me personally will know that today I was out of action accompanying someone from my family to hospital. That meant I wasn’t online most of the day, and the reason I couldn’t attend “Le Web 3″ in … Continue reading
I wish I’d gone on this.