Geeky New Yorkers Prefer Media Establishment

Lockhart Steele, Gawker Media’s Managing Editor, is posting on ValleyWag.
In one post on Nicholas Butterworth, Steele addresses the cultural differences between Silicon Alley and Silicon Valley.

Internet industry life in New York City is different than in the Valley. People here don’t listen to podcasts not produced by NPR, and they don’t read Scoble. (If they do either, they aren’t admitting it.) And the sine qua non press hit for your new webtacular isn’t a TechCrunch profile; it’s a story in the Times’ Sunday Styles section.

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