The Gia Carangi Guide To Life (Or The Technorati Train To Nowhere)

Few things kick ass like the past.

The cars were better. The air was better. The girls were prettier.

Things were…cool.

But things fall apart.

Ask Sifry.

News of the Technorati bloodletting seemed to come as a shock for some folks. But not many.

Anyone who has been really watching the space saw the train of irrelevance coming.

What exactly does Technorati do, again?

As blogs evolved and became actually the new big media, Sifry had a chance to lead. Except he didn’t have a vision.

I take that back.

He didn’t have a big enough vision.

Sifry built something cool and then was swallowed by it’s impact. He had no idea what to do next.

But don’t feel sorry for him.

Some of us are never beautiful at all.

Explore posts in the same categories: 1982, 21Century, blogs, DEAD, gia carangi, technorati, vision

14 Comments on “The Gia Carangi Guide To Life (Or The Technorati Train To Nowhere)”

  1. David Says:

    awesome storytelling via pictures! Your post compliments mine in a very unique way.

  2. david l. Says:

    dead guy writes posts about dead site using pictures of dead girl.🙂 As always, you rock!
    But where have you been?

  3. Liz Strauss Says:

    thanks for the education . . . again.

  4. chartreuse Says:

    thanks all.
    no one loves you more!

  5. range Says:

    Yeah, great hearing from you man. Good post.

  6. Duncan Says:

    You’re back! k.

  7. António Says:

    Glad to have you back on my reader🙂

  8. Matt Says:

    I saw this but didn’t think it was real, two posts makes a trend so I’m going to say welcome back.

  9. nikos Says:

    welcome back.

    missed your posts

  10. smallclone Says:

    awesome, simply awesome!


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