Techcrunch sells out party in 45 minutes

Think TechCrunch isn’t being watched? They sold 300 tickets to their next party in 45 minutes. Think that TechCrunch 20 isn’t going to sell out either? Don’t bet against it. I just hope that our son arrives early so I can drop in on the conference and show him off.

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Comments

  1. Think TechCrunch isn’t being watched? That’s a silly thing to say; the little Feedburner “436k” flare is proof enough of that. Where’s yours? Are you being watched?

  2. Think TechCrunch isn’t being watched? That’s a silly thing to say; the little Feedburner “436k” flare is proof enough of that. Where’s yours? Are you being watched?

  3. 300 tickets in 45 minutes? That’s okay, but that’s nothing compared to hot concert events that sell ten times that in a tenth the time…

  4. 300 tickets in 45 minutes? That’s okay, but that’s nothing compared to hot concert events that sell ten times that in a tenth the time…