The One In Which I Talk Even More About TechCrunch

Everyone who knows me knows that I’m pretty obsessed with this website and the unique set of circumstances that brought it to where it is today, because I talk about it constantly.

In fact, if I ever write a book it will most likely be about TechCrunch, and the jumble of psychologies that went into its founding, rise to power, acquisition as well as its prevailing renaissance that I am very fortunate to be a part of — A renaissance that owes so much to the perseverance of my co-editor Eric Eldon and our young, badass team.

So when my neighbor and Revision3 co-founder David Prager, who just survived a pretty famous acquisition himself, asked me to come on his new show ‘Toasted Donut’ a couple of weeks ago, it was a great opportunity to talk even more about TechCrunch. So I went. And now that said interview is posted onto TechCrunch, the circle is complete.

Two corrections: Prager and I actually met in 2009 (here). TechCrunch had its last, terrible redesign in July 2011, right before Steve Jobs resigned. It’s still pretty hideous.