It’s never good for someone inside an organization to defend its actions to the outside. It smacks of self-serving and one-sided debate, and, as the Bard wrote, “the lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

Be here I go protesting too much.

Valleywag’s Sam Biddle wrote a fairly even-handed look at Disrupt after visiting us for one day. He saw the flop sweat of the entrepreneur, the smug looks of men with too much money exhorting other men with a little money to give up money entirely, and the efforts by our team to produce an event that will extricate as much of that money as possible. Biddle, whom I count as a friend, called the former the “Lost Children Of TechCrunch Disrupt,” which is a fine image, and his piece, if taken out of context, is an interesting look at what I call the theatre of entrepreneurship.


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