I do admire his spine, however. This is a guy not afraid of getting out there to try something new. Good cuts from this month:
- If it's Dan Rather or Dennis Rodman, it doesn't matter—I don't care, as long as it's something unique. Everybody else does nothing more creative than following the trend.
- You can find any type of discussion group across the Net that is finite enough to make you a hero. It might just be three people, but in that group, you're your own David Koresh. And I think that gives people a false sense of wisdom. And I think that's kind of a hassle right now.
- So newspapers aren't dying; they're just undergoing an identity crisis. They don't know who they want to be.
- I think the underpinning of transition right now isn't technology; it's the fact that there's so much money out there and there's so much pressure on public companies. [There's] a lot of desperation out there. In my opinion, right now there's way too much hype on the technologies and not enough attention to the real businesses behind them.