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@Brother01 huh? My facts are 100% correct: Uber jacked up the price of rides in NYC during a catastrophe. You can call it what you want, but it's price gouging.
5 months, 1 week ago on Travis Kalanick: Uber may drop the term “surge pricing”
If you change the name then it's not price gouging anymore, right?
6 months, 1 week ago on Travis Kalanick: Uber may drop the term “surge pricing”
Excellent, thanks for bringing this to NYC Sarah: looking forward to it.
1 year ago on PandoMonthly NYC with Matt Mullenweg Is Next Week. Tickets on Sale Now!
@joewardpr We don't use the P word around here Joe.
1 year, 1 month ago on An Open Letter To Randi Zuckerberg: How Could You Do This to Real Entrepreneurs?
@daveplantz Sorry, but blaming a TV show for somebody's suicide is ridiculous. Also, everyone has different tastes. Why so judgey? I'm sure you like plenty of stuff that others think is vapid nonsense.
@UniqueVisitor How did you see the show already?
@MikeIsaac Most of the writers I know work pantsless. You must hang out with a classier bunch.
@marksashton @SabrinaBruning Yea, engineers back in the day only changed the face of business and communication as we know it, ushered in a new technological era, saved countless lives through bringing computing advances to medicine, created an unbeatable chess computer and put a man on the moon. Ego free zone, I'm sure.
@timrpeterson Which, incidentally, is why I come to their website. I can disagree with or question without resorting to insults. Usually.
@timrpeterson Sarah and Paul? I rather like them both I'm afraid.
@paulcarr @kaimac Of course: Bravo's job is to hype up their new show. They all follow the same format: they sensationalize and manufacture story lines, and this one most likely paint a rather unpleasant, possibly damaging picture of SV. Regardless though, I stand by my point that Sarah writing such an incendiary piece without having seen the show is at best, unfair. It's akin to reviewing a movie based on the trailer.
All fair and reasonable points, but you reviewing the show without having seen anything beyond the trailer seems rather unfair, no?
Interesting angle. Definitely possible.
I was lucky enough to see him play a good deal when I lived in San Diego. I agree with you that he's always come across as a humble, decent guy. I don't think that money would be his driving force. Winning on the other hand, could be more of a factor, so if he does move, it'll be to win rather than for $. imo.
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