With DEMOfall 07 in full swing, you may be wondering why we would jump back to last week’s TechCrunch40 event, but incase you haven’t heard, some of the loudest buzz coming out of San Diego this week isn’t coming from those inside the conference, instead, it’s coming from the web 2.0 startup company mEgo after they were pulled from the event for launching their company at TechCrunch40 (which violated their DEMOfall contract).
We here at Bub.blicio.us never really understood the phrase “the proof is in the pudding”, well, ok, we understand it, we just prefer the proof to be on tape. Luckily, our very own Alison “Big Deal” McNeill was one of the few video reporters on hand at the event, and she was able to score an interview with Julia Johnston and Ariel McNichol of the controversial startup (est. value $18,000).
(Oh, Alison also chats with a little list-maker some of you may have heard of…Craig Newmark of the one-and-only Craigslist.com.)
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