Mike Arrington makes it clear who OWNS Steve Gillmor & Gang
About half way through the transcript of a recent Gilmor Gang, there’s at least a hint at how Mike Arrington (sometimes) treats his underlings.At least now Gilmore should know who’s boss.
Arrington: Hey Steve, sorry this is Mike. Sorry I was a little late to the call, I’d appreciate it, now that we’re working together if you could hold the start time until I can get on the call, in the future?
Gillmor: I’m gonna bend over now, so whatever you want to do.
Arrington: Could you give me, and you can do it on Skype if you don’t want to do it on air, give me a 2 minute recap of what we’ve talked about so far cuz it sounds really interesting?
Gillmor: I think it would be a good idea, Mark Cantrr, can you give a recap?
Canter: I’d be honored to give a recap because my job is to be the scribe of the conversation. Mr. Microsoft guy has, so eloquently, given us the company line as to this technology. We haven’t talked about business models, we haven’t talked about what this does to other sync technologies and we also haven’t talked about how this connects into live services. We’ve basically been talking about folder sharing etc. so that’s just the intro, there’s a lot to live mesh and so we’ve really just started, Michael.
Arrington: That wasn’t even close to any kind of summary of anything.
Gillmor: You still want me to say it.
Arrington: Who’s on the call?
Anderson: Robert Scoble, he’s gone. Jason Calacanis is at a board meeting. Saul Hansel can’t make it. I think that’s it.
Farber: Dan Farber’s here.