Tech tweets of the week

10 Sep 2011

A compilation of this past week’s Twitter messages – from the serious to the whimsical – from some top names in technology.

“Bloggers are becoming VCs and VCs are becoming bloggers. They can’t BOTH be right.”
–      Founder of various online games/internet companies Dylan Collins

Diner chef: ‘D’yeh want a paper, there?’ Me: [Waves, shakes head, points to iPad]. Diner chef: ‘Don’t mind that. What if it breaks?’
–      Journalist and digital editor of The Sunday Business Post Adrian Weckler

“My life feels very strange to me.”
–      TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, who was reportedly fired by AOL this past week

Reading The Old Man and the Sea. By the sea.”
–      Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey

Take a moment today and acknowledge someone for something they do for you often. :-)”
–      Social networking entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Liao

 “Going to address some security people in trousers best described as Code Red.”
–      Editor at large of the UK edition of WIRED magazine Ben Hammersley

It’s amazing how inspiring data can be once you have the right vantage point to view it from.”
–      CEO and co-founder of Gowalla Josh Williams

Ran into Sly (Stallone) and Larry David on the golf course, guess what’s LA without a ‘sighting’ as my friend so aptly put it.”
–      Google senior vice-president and chief business officer Nikesh Arora