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December 13, 2006

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i dont get the point why do they have to make a uk version of techcrunch. theyre all the same imho.


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Good roundup post. MediaVidea has taken up the Sam Sethi issue in a post titled 'Ethics 101 for blog network owners'

http://mediavidea.blogspot.com/2006/12/ethics-101-for-blog-network-owners.html

Just to note I deleted my post because I had second thoughts and felt it better for the full story to emerge before passing comment. Thanks.

I've just done an exclusive interview with Sam.

The podcast

He gives his side of the story a bit more, and talks about his future plans.

... and here's my two cents ( bit late but I have my reasons): http://mbites.com/an-open-letter-to-mike-arrington

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