It wasn’t long ago when the evident downfall of TechCrunch started, and one after another key people started to leave. I initially had no idea what’s going on and if such things continue to happen, who will be taking charge of all the blunt reviews and honest support to startups and entrepreneurs. Until the time came when no one left to life the hope up. As I said,
… TechCrunch didn’t only lose 4 of the best writers on the planet, it actually lost its soul and existence. If I put it this way, Michael Arrington being the Heart, Paul Carr being the DNA, MG Siegler being the nervous system and Sarah Lacy being the red blood cells, they were all gone, and quite publicly. Did I miss anything? Yes, the Brain. Heather Harde was still there. And without any astonishment to me, she was shown even the worst exit door they showed to Michael.
Now they are back, and quite publicly back. With same enthusiasm, not with the idea of revenge, but the idea of bringing back that very own blog that industry needed, we needed.
The Epic Conclusion beings.