Michael Arrington has something to say to all the people speaking out about hardships in startup life. In short: Suck it up and keep coding.
In Uncrunched yesterday, the
lawyer blogger venture capitalist seem to take personal offense to recent headlines about how pattern recognition can keep African-Americans out of the VC old boys club and employee pushback against harsh expectations at startups like Zynga.
In the wake of the apparent suicide of 22-year-old Diaspora co-founder Ilya Zhitomirskiy and the discussion about secretive struggles with depression that triggered, Mr. Arrington’s missive struck a tonedeaf note. But his retort is even odder. Read More