We can blame this one on Silicon Valley, folks. The outfit San Franciscans for Jobs and Good Government, an independent group led by Silicon Valley "angel investor" Ron Conway and propped up with Sean Parker's cash, has released this take on MC Hammer's "2 Legit 2 Quit" to support the campaign of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee.
Having failed to make Twitter a beacon of corporate responsibility, co-founders Ev Williams and Biz Stone launched a new venture to "unlock human potential" and "improve the world." Which they are totally going to get to, just as soon as they finish their tequila and champagne bacchanal at the VIP table of a Las Vegas nightclub.
Creative Artists Agency is reportedly discussing opening a Silicon Valley office where tech executives would become "rock stars." And they may start with Biz Stone, the vodka pitchman, Twitter co-founder, AOL adviser, and blogging how-to author. Stone is a good choice, being undistracted as he is with being an actual functioning technology executive.
Biz Stone talks about how he and his wife decided to become vegans, Twitter, and his technology free home as he and Martha discover the joys of cooking with seitan together.