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November 7, 2012

third-boywonder says: where is the liveblogging?! you guys did it for all the debates, but no election coverage?

»SFB says: Today in messages sent to us before things actually ramped up. (It was here.) — Ernie @ SFB

9:52 // 1 year ago
January 19, 2012
I’d take all the time I spent talking about these guys on this stage, and I’d use it to talk about Barack Obama.

Mitt Romney, answering what, if possible, he would change about his campaign to date.

More debate coverage: ShortFormBlog | DC Decoder

21:23 // 2 years ago
December 13, 2011

Because there’s no reason that Herman Cain should be the only one who has to look back on 2011 and sigh. Tweet yours.

Our entry:

.@BuzzFeed Allowed our girlfriend to pick the movie for movie night (she picked Human Centipede 2) #2011regrets
— ShortFormBlog (@shortformblog) December 13, 2011
What’s yours?


Because there’s no reason that Herman Cain should be the only one who has to look back on 2011 and sigh. Tweet yours.


Our entry:

What’s yours?

17:15 // 2 years ago
October 6, 2011
The fact that you, and your team, went on stage, knowing that Steve Jobs was close to death, is a testament to your professionalism. I felt that you had called it in a bit, but now I know the truth. You weren’t calling it in at all. You were doing an amazing job while knowing what was coming.
Robert Scoble • In a Google+ post late last night, getting the point across that Apple released a new iPhone the day before Steve Jobs died. Tim Cook went on DESPITE the fact that he knew the guy who invented the device was about to die. But … in a way, it makes the modestness of the event seem all the more obvious. “Today I feel guilty because I gave you a tough time about your first press conference,” Scoble said. “Now that I know what was going on behind the scenes I owe you an apology. I’m sorry, I owe you and your team one.” We think the internet does, honestly, because that keynote was much-derided. Now it all makes sense. Ultimately, what Apple sells — they’re just phones. In a week, the weak keynote will be forgotten. Jobs, however, won’t. source (viafollow)
9:56 // 3 years ago
October 5, 2011
I met Steve Jobs while I worked at Gizmodo. He was always a gentleman. Steve liked me and he liked Gizmodo. And I liked them back. Some of my friends who I used to work with at Gizmodo refer to those days as the Good Old Days. That is because those were the days before it all went to shit. That was before we got the iPhone 4 prototype.
Ex-Gizmodo editorial director Brian Lam (now on just-launched site, The Wirecutter), discussing the decline of his relationship with Steve Jobs after the iPhone incident. You know the one. It’s why Gizmodo had to stay home Tuesday when the iPhone 4S was launched. Lam seems regretful of the decline of Gizmodo’s relationship — and his own relationship — with Apple. “Sometimes, I wish we never found that phone at all. That is basically the only way this could have been painless,” he said. “But that’s life. Sometimes there’s no easy way out.” A few weeks before Jobs’ death, Lam sent him an apology. Just in time, it seems.
22:58 // 3 years ago
January 16, 2011
In all it is probably more than $200 million. But I’m not sorry. It was more than worth it.
Arnold Schwarzenegger • Explaining the overall cost for him to be the California governor. We’re not exactly sure how that cost breaks down, but we’re guessing it has something to do with the number of movies he had to turn down while playing politician. That said, though, he notes that the bigger cost was what it did to his family. “There is a lot there that needs to be repaired,” he said. He noted that he was better about it in his second term than his first, but during that first term, he would leave home for weeks at a time. At least you weren’t recalled. source (viafollow)
15:53 // 3 years ago