Fake Steve prepares Apple faithful for media backlash

Whoever writes the Fake Steve blog is pretty damn good. Yeah, he’s always whining about something or other I wrote but that makes it funny. I really don’t like fake blogs, either. But at least this one doesn’t pretend to be anything other than fake, so it’s useful just for its sheer entertainment value. Even the real Steve reads it.

Anyway, today he prepared the Apple faithful for the coming media backlash.

Good reading for a Saturday. Maryam has us up early to go buy a BBQ and start on getting some of the baby stuff. Yowza. Oh, and how’s the baby doing? Well the little guy sure was kicking up a storm at 2:30 a.m. The doctors say he’s doing well and on target for our TechCrunch20 launch date (he’s due September 17th, which is the same date as the TechCrunch20 conference).

Sleepless nights ahead! Oh, like that’ll really be a big change. ;-)

Comments

  1. Tip from a new Dad -

    No, really, the nights are going to be pretty wild for a while.

    Second tip -

    It is impossible to know exactly which pieces of baby gear you need and which you don’t until the child needs to be fed, diapered and put to sleep at 3 a.m. Then it will all become perfectly clear.

  2. Tip from a new Dad -

    No, really, the nights are going to be pretty wild for a while.

    Second tip -

    It is impossible to know exactly which pieces of baby gear you need and which you don’t until the child needs to be fed, diapered and put to sleep at 3 a.m. Then it will all become perfectly clear.

  3. Ryan: I have a 13-year-old son. Been there, have that T-shirt, wondering what will be different this time (the first time, actually, was pretty easy).

  4. Ryan: I have a 13-year-old son. Been there, have that T-shirt, wondering what will be different this time (the first time, actually, was pretty easy).

  5. I totally spaced on that. Sorry Patrick! We’ll actually be passing through Half Moon Bay back and forth to SF today, but I’ve got my daughter, wife, her mother and grandmother with me, so I think mojitos by the fire ring are out of the question tonight.

  6. I totally spaced on that. Sorry Patrick! We’ll actually be passing through Half Moon Bay back and forth to SF today, but I’ve got my daughter, wife, her mother and grandmother with me, so I think mojitos by the fire ring are out of the question tonight.

  7. Robert, I predict the child will arrive four days early, and that you will consider going to TechCrunch20, but you will make the right decision and stay home with Maryam, just as you did when you chose to stay with your mom rather than go to the Syndicate conference.

    Good luck to you.

  8. Robert, I predict the child will arrive four days early, and that you will consider going to TechCrunch20, but you will make the right decision and stay home with Maryam, just as you did when you chose to stay with your mom rather than go to the Syndicate conference.

    Good luck to you.