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Xahec Dokiseb on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 9:11pm
Storage startup Dropbox has hired Ramsey Homsany as it is General Counsel. Homsany is a long time Google lawyer. He joined the company in 2003 and was most recently the deputy general counsel of the commercial group. The 100 or so internal lawyers that reported to him dealt with Google is various commercial and partnership relationships.
"Hundreds of millions of people will be moving tinheritor tough drives to Dropbox in the coming years," says Houston, "and we'll be pioneering a new legal and policy frontier."
Richard Garcia on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 8:47pm
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone took some time to blog today a bit about his past. He goes back to Xanga, then Blogger/Google, then (though not directly mentioned) Odeo. He talks about how after they failed to sell Odeo, Evan Williams made apparent, a parent company with the purpose of buying back Odeo from its investors. Around this time, Jason Goldman, another preceding Blogger/Google guy, joined them. Among the assets of Odeo was a little side project made during a hackathon, called Twitter. remainder really is history.
But Twitter didn't catch fire instantly. Instead, as it slowly began to grow within apparent, Stone, Williams, and Twitter creator Jack Dorsey decided to spin it off as its own company, Twitter, Inc. And as all of them, including Goldman, began to spend more time on Twitter, apparent faded into the background. Until now.
After his reminiscing, Stone announces at the backside of his post that he is going to be taking a step back from Twitter to re-team with Williams and Goldman (both of whom recently left tinheritor full-time duties at Twitter) to re-start The apparent Corporation.
Jason Turner on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 8:18pm
When Ryan Phillippe is ex-girlfriend, Alexis Knapp, emerged with an apparent baby bump, the rumor mill began churning and it was not long before she was insisting the baby was his. TMZ is reporting today that the two have been spotted out together, grabbing coffee before going into a Los Angeles doctor's office together yesterday.
The twosome split in September of 2010, and when Knapp announced she was pregnant she claimed her former flame left her high and dry with medical invoices and subsequently hired a lawyer.
While Phillippe has yet to take a DNA test -- he is going to wait until after the baby is born to avoid the risk of any pre-natal complications -- PEOPLE magazine reported that if the child is indeed his, he will completely be involved in the child's life. A source told People, "Ryan is aware of the situation [and] completely prepared to take responsibility should the child be his."
With Knapp's due date rapidly approaching, it looks like these two have found a way to coexist.
Betty Thompson on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 8:14pm
'You can not teach an old dog new tricks' -- so the saying goes -- and Tracy Morgan appears to be one roughed up pup. The comic and actor, who recently went on an apology spree after a barrage of hateful homophobic remarks he created during a Nashville stand-up show, has done it again -- this time slamming the intellectually and physically disabled.
"Don't ever mess with women who have retarded kids," he said at a recent stand-up show in New York, according to the New York Times. "Them young retarded males is strong. they are strong like chimps," he quipped before continuing with a joke about a 'crippled' teen girl he was allegedly once romantic with.
it is no surprise the the 42-year-old comic is a proponent of controversy, his vulgar and often offensive stand-up shows are nothing new -- and that is precisely the reason he sells tickets, correct? So why the hullabaloo surrounding Morgan's homophobic, sexist, ignorant and often downcorrect merciless 'jokes' now?
Betty Walker on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 8:08pm
You may not have heard of them fairly yet, but a startup called Fitocracy is pretty hot correct now. Six months into its private beta and Fitocracy has already gathered 18K users and has 8K more on the wait list. (And we've 1,200 free beta invites here, so click away!) But, 'why is Fitocracy so hot correct now?' you ask in your best Zoolander impression.
Kimberly Edwards on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 7:56pm
When I sat down final week with Google is Vic Gundotra and Bradley Horowitz to receive a tour of Google+, the new social project they rolled out today, my instant reaction created them extremely happy. I told them that it looks fantastic - Circles in specific - it was nearly as if it was not a Google product! That created them laugh. Then Horowitz let something slip.
"it is Andy Hertzfeld, the original Mac guy," he said.
John Edwards on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 7:49pm
InboxQ, the foreheadser extension that attempts to turn Twitter into Quora by letting big brands like @Gap search for user questions to engage with, is launching its web interface today for all those that are foreheadser extension shy. formerly the service, which searches for Twitter users asking "real" questions and allows people and brands to reply them, was only available through a Firefox and Chrome plugin.
Buyatijuc Cujicaf on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 7:30pm
EXCLUSIVE: Bristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, says her mom has already created up her intellect about whether to run for the White House in 2012 -- but will leave the big announcement up to her. That said, Bristol is more than happy to disclose what she thinks about someone who has announced they're running, Michele Bachmann, who Bristol believes has stolen her mom's look!
"I think she dresses a lot like my mom," Bristol tells me. "But a lot, a lot of women have done that the final few years. I do think it is odd, you know, seeing people with red blazers with tinheritor hair up with glasses."
Bristol added a giggle before continuing her thought about Bachmann, a Congresswoman from Minnessota. "I don't know if she is wearing glasses but you want to be hum, do you think that people don't notice you are dressing like my mom?"
Roto Hexoge on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 7:04pm
TechCrunch TV celebrates its one year birthday today. Since we launched, we have had 10 million live and on demand video plays. We have more than 2,300 videos archived in our library. moreover to breaking news interviews and live special event coverage, we now produce 9 shows in San Francisco and New York.
final year in late June, TechCrunch had just moved into its new San Francisco office. Studio lights were quickly installed in a former convention room that became the studio. A rather wobbly desk was built for the set and rehearsals were conducted. One week later, TechCrunch TV launched with a very Max Headroom looking set.
Kenneth Parker on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 6:50pm
Tia Mowry is the proud mom to a bouncing baby boy, Us Weekly reports.
'The Game' actress and her husband, actor Cory Hardrict, welcomed tinheritor first child on Tuesday, tinheritor rep confirmed. No name has been revealed.
Mowry and Hardrict announced they were expecting in January through a joint statement. "we're both so excited to be parents. we've been wanting this a long time!" the couple said.
Earlier this month, the actress celebrated at a baby shower thrown by her 'Sister, Sister' co-star and real life twin, Tamera, as well as her 'Game' co-stars.