Don’t Look For “Professor Billionaire” David Cheriton on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter

September 20, 2012

I don’t like Facebook, never have.  It’s not that I don’t “get” it.  Facebook’s senior management simply rubs me the wrong way, coming off as a bunch of privileged Ivy League elitists with questionable integrity and ethics (apparently, I’m not alone in that opinion).  I don’t trust that the things I might “share” today would… Read more

Fortune Magazine: Some Content Worth Paying For

September 14, 2012

Fortune, featured in this post, does a poor job of promoting its enterprise journalism, so allow me to do it for them.   Some standout stories in the past 12 months: “Inside Facebook” by Miguel Helft and Jessi Hempel Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has been lionized in the mainstream business press as Facebook’s “grownup” and savior; Bloomberg… Read more

Why I Haven’t Joined Facebook

November 7, 2007

Enough already! In the last two weeks or so, reporters at all the major business publications have prattled at various lengths about their Facebook experiences, including Matthew Rose at The Wall Street Journal, Daniel Lyons at Forbes, and Brent Schlender at Fortune. Even BusinessWeek‘s Michelle Conlin, who is typically among the first to identify and… Read more