Steven Levy of Newsweek blogs

Oh, Steven Levy, why are you trying to mess up a good deal? We all know that Apple doesn’t consider bloggers worthy of talking to. So, now that you’re blogging, aren’t you afraid that Steve won’t call you up anymore and give you exclusive looks at iPods and other things?

But, seriously, welcome to the bloggy world. I am real sorry I missed you when you dropped by the BlogHaus. I hear that both you and John Markoff of the New York Times dropped by and stayed for a couple of hours (I was working on the show floor when they dropped by).

So, does that mean that John is going to start blogging too?

116 thoughts on “Steven Levy of Newsweek blogs

  1. “At the very least, you should be reading tech coverage in the NYT, WaPo at C/NET.”

    Assuming i don’t read any of these, why don’t you take some of my comments and show how the lack of my technical knowledge led to my own embarassment

    Besides,these sites you mention are available trhough techmeme also. So when i ssy techmeme it implies the sites that techmeme link to( This isn’t the first time i have said this in comments).

  2. “At the very least, you should be reading tech coverage in the NYT, WaPo at C/NET.”

    Assuming i don’t read any of these, why don’t you take some of my comments and show how the lack of my technical knowledge led to my own embarassment

    Besides,these sites you mention are available trhough techmeme also. So when i ssy techmeme it implies the sites that techmeme link to( This isn’t the first time i have said this in comments).

  3. “OK, Apple had the hottest product. No doubt there. But it was only one. They didn’t have any car stereos. They didn’t have any robots. They didn’t have any home stereos. They didn’t have any plasmas. They didn’t have any new PCs. And they didn’t have the adult entertainment industry.”

    That is an inane comment, Robert. Apple Inc. draws about a fifth as many vendors as CES despite being just one company. The iPod accessory market alone has thousands of products. Furthermore, if you had any news sense whatsoever you would have flown to Macworld for the keynote, perhaps that whole day. How is Podtech going to obtain respect if it misses the biggest tech story of the week, perhaps month?

    Blogger, you are embarrassing yourself. The seriously tech savvy do not rely on one source for information. You’ve unwittingly established that you are a poseur. At the very least, you should be reading tech coverage in the NYT, WaPo and at C/NET.

  4. “OK, Apple had the hottest product. No doubt there. But it was only one. They didn’t have any car stereos. They didn’t have any robots. They didn’t have any home stereos. They didn’t have any plasmas. They didn’t have any new PCs. And they didn’t have the adult entertainment industry.”

    That is an inane comment, Robert. Apple Inc. draws about a fifth as many vendors as CES despite being just one company. The iPod accessory market alone has thousands of products. Furthermore, if you had any news sense whatsoever you would have flown to Macworld for the keynote, perhaps that whole day. How is Podtech going to obtain respect if it misses the biggest tech story of the week, perhaps month?

    Blogger, you are embarrassing yourself. The seriously tech savvy do not rely on one source for information. You’ve unwittingly established that you are a poseur. At the very least, you should be reading tech coverage in the NYT, WaPo and at C/NET.

  5. “It’s also funny that most of the journalists who went to MacWorld flew back to CES to finish their coverage of CES.”

    What is even funnier is that for all the vendors at CES, journalists still found MacWorld more worthy of coverage.
    CNN has two articles:

    “The Best of CES” 944 words 156 of were about the iPhone.

    “Apple answers the call with iPhone, TV box” 954 words 0 about anything at CES.

    So, by your count a one vendor show out did a 2700 vendor show when it came to interest shown by the press. I guess they just don’t get excited by car stereos.

  6. “It’s also funny that most of the journalists who went to MacWorld flew back to CES to finish their coverage of CES.”

    What is even funnier is that for all the vendors at CES, journalists still found MacWorld more worthy of coverage.
    CNN has two articles:

    “The Best of CES” 944 words 156 of were about the iPhone.

    “Apple answers the call with iPhone, TV box” 954 words 0 about anything at CES.

    So, by your count a one vendor show out did a 2700 vendor show when it came to interest shown by the press. I guess they just don’t get excited by car stereos.

  7. Hey Robert…. I’m amazed your able to control yourself when responding to verbal diarrhea from idiots like Mujibur.

    I like Ben’s approach.

  8. Hey Robert…. I’m amazed your able to control yourself when responding to verbal diarrhea from idiots like Mujibur.

    I like Ben’s approach.

  9. hmm…ok. stevek, that’s so far away from what i was trying to say. But i am not explaining anything more. Even Steve Jobs can’t take on 2 fanboys at the same time.

  10. hmm…ok. stevek, that’s so far away from what i was trying to say. But i am not explaining anything more. Even Steve Jobs can’t take on 2 fanboys at the same time.

  11. “All things aside, my original point was about no meaningful coverage on the vendors on techmeme which is still valid. So counter that.”

    TechMeme is a wankfest. Counter that.

    And, again, why do you have no other option but to use it as your exclusive source, but you can type away on Scobleizer being a pissant? Answer that.

  12. “All things aside, my original point was about no meaningful coverage on the vendors on techmeme which is still valid. So counter that.”

    TechMeme is a wankfest. Counter that.

    And, again, why do you have no other option but to use it as your exclusive source, but you can type away on Scobleizer being a pissant? Answer that.

  13. wow, talk about a meaningless point you’re trying to hammer.

    Any sentient being wanting to know what was up w/ macworld SF 2007 would use the internet’s vast resources.
    But you know this and are being a pedantic lil lamo.

  14. wow, talk about a meaningless point you’re trying to hammer.

    Any sentient being wanting to know what was up w/ macworld SF 2007 would use the internet’s vast resources.
    But you know this and are being a pedantic lil lamo.

  15. “Clearly you missed tons of MacWorld coverage and somehow this is my fault”
    How did you deduce this? if you are going to make up something why not do something more fancy and interesting.

    “All, as in all, tech articles are not on techmeme.”
    Again, not something i said. I said all the sites you mention get linked.

    I would love to go all across the web and read ALL articles. But i have this thing called job that i have to take care sometimes. So the easier i can get to information the better it is for me.

    All things aside, my original point was about no meaningful coverage on the vendors on techmeme which is still valid. So counter that.

  16. “Clearly you missed tons of MacWorld coverage and somehow this is my fault”
    How did you deduce this? if you are going to make up something why not do something more fancy and interesting.

    “All, as in all, tech articles are not on techmeme.”
    Again, not something i said. I said all the sites you mention get linked.

    I would love to go all across the web and read ALL articles. But i have this thing called job that i have to take care sometimes. So the easier i can get to information the better it is for me.

    All things aside, my original point was about no meaningful coverage on the vendors on techmeme which is still valid. So counter that.

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