bloggers

Once upon a time a startup sent me a full gasoline can full of coffee beans. These beans, once infused by the malodorous fumes of the plastic container, were useless.…

Study: Free Stuff Won’t Convince Bloggers To Write About Your Startup

The SaaS model is now for blogging, too. A new breed of companies are crowdsourcing writers to do posts for small and large businesses. Blogmutt is a bit different than…

Blogmutt, A Crowdsourcing Platform, Makes An Equity Offer To Its Bloggers For Hire

Oh, this is going to get juicy real quick. Judge William Alsup is demanding the names of any writers who have a paid relationship with Oracle or Google. The demand…

Judge: Hey Oracle and Google – Turn Over The Names Of Your Paid Bloggers

Bloggers Peter Kirn and James Grahame have come up with the MeeBlip, an open source virtual analog monophonic synthesizer. How can a hardware synthesizer be a community thing? For starters…

I’ve known John for a long, long time (7 months online, first met in real life in October) and he’s, refreshingly, not a very flashy person in light of what…

Here’s the problem with blogging: you feel you can say anything but you’re still a nerd at heart so you get some kind of weird nerd confidence and come off…

Gentle readers, congratulate us. We, as bloggers, are now legally protected as “journalists”. Or at least we’re getting there. Take that, legitimate press. Phillip Smith has just won an important…

Hardware

Blogging Turns Ten This Year

6:32 pm PDT • July 15, 2007

Happy birthday to you, you escaped from a zoo, you look like a monkey, and you smell like one too — HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BLOGGING! Although difficult to pinpoint the exact…

While Vince may be a runner up in the beautiful blogger contest, we here at Crunchgear know that members of the fairer sex are usually much more attractive than a…