The Advantages Of Prostitution (Or TechCrunch, Duncan Riley And What Really Happens At Weddings Or The Daily Remix Escort Edition)
It's hard not being a whore.
If you're trying to make a living blogging it's easy to jump at any pennies thrown your way. It takes a minute to learn that sometimes what you don't do is sometimes more important than what you do.
Poor Michael Arrington has had to take blows, some justified, some not, because of his attempts to monetize the uber-popular TechCrunch. Kalsey raised some interesting concerns. Mike Arrington made weak attempt to answer Kelsey's concerns…but then Valleywag joined the fray.
But Mike isn't the only one taking hits.
Now everyone wants more money.
It's our dumb way of keeping score.
So when somesome guarantees you some points it's easy to start giving blowjobs and lapdances and ignore the fact that he has bad breath.
But here's the deal.
We're all whores.
Some of us just hold out for better shoes.
Somebody somewhere is doing greek, wearing a schoolgirl's out fit or flipping through Fredrick's in an effort to convince some money man they are worthy.
But no matter how fancy the wedding, in the end, someone's getting fucked.
Just some of us won't have enough cash for the abortion.
Speaking of vile let's mention advertising… Brands and 2.0: Proceed With Caution. (powerpoint) is a nice, quick, must read to get what advertising agencies are telling advertisers about social media.
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