Blognation: finished Paid Members Public
Everyone I talked to about Blognation at Le Web 3, after the controversy [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2007/12/sam_sethi_controversy_2007_edition_blognation.html] a couple of weeks ago, seemed to think the site was dead in the water. Turns out they were right. [http://www.blognation.
Le Web 3 '07: Sam Sethi n'est pas ici Paid Members Public
Blognation: Sethi Fired Starr Months Ago? Paid Members Public
Jemima Kiss has spoken to Sam Sethi and posted about the Blognation rumpus [http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/digitalcontent/2007/12/is_blognation_falling_apart.html] on the Digital Content blog: > So I spoke to Sam Sethi just now. He told me that he sacked Oliver two months ago and
Sam Sethi Controversy 2007 edition: Blognation Paid Members Public
It must be a rule or something. If it’s time for Le Web 3 [http://www.leweb3.com/], it’s time for a Sam Sethi controversy. This time last year, he was the apparent victim, crashing out of a working relationship with Mike Arrington and Techcrunch [http://www.onemanandhisblog.
Explaining the Semantic Web (Or Die Trying) Paid Members Public
Sam Sethi is giving us a quick rundown on Microformats, and demonstrating how they can be used to embed data in a web page and then be used by other applications after they’re auto-detected.Nice little demo. First time I’ve got a handle on it. Marc Birbeck of
Le Web 3: Loïc est mort? Paid Members Public
Loïc Le Meur is dead [http://www.wideo.fr/video/iLyROoaftZHm.html]*(knowledge of French handy, if you follow that link) And, through a blogging medium, no doubt, he speaks from beyond the grave on the Sam Sethi issue [http://www.loiclemeur.com/english/2006/12/sam_sethi.html]. *not
Sam Sethi posting again Paid Members Public
Sam Sethi, late of TechCrunch UK (itself possibly late…) is posting again on his own blog, Vecosys [http://samsethi.typepad.com/sethi/2006/12/lost_in_transla.html].
Le Web 3: Mike Arrington Explains Sam Sethi Situation Paid Members Public
Mike Arrington has put up a long post on CrunchNotes explaining why Sam Sethi was sacked [http://www.crunchnotes.com/?p=322], from his point of view. It’s a very different one to the story Sethi has been promoting: > The actions that resulted in his dismissal were additional comments