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You're Damn Right I'm a Fanboy: MG Siegler on Apple, Google, Startup Culture, and Jackasses on the Internet | MG Siegler | Vearsa | 9781614644774 | E-Sentral Ebook Portal

You're Damn Right I'm a Fanboy: MG Siegler on Apple, Google, Startup Culture, and Jackasses on the Internet by MG Siegler

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As we all know by now, comments on the Internet are a fascinating thing. My favorite involve the word "fanboy." Generally speaking, being a fanboy means you write (stories, tweets, whatever) about a certain topic with a positive angle. It's meant to be a derogatory term, but the truth is that it's so overused that it's almost completely meaningless. For the sake of this post, though, I'll play ball. I have a confession to make: I'm a fanboy. Now, I didn't say specifically what I'm a fanboy of, because there have been too many titles bestowed upon me over the years. At various points over just the past few months, I've been an Apple fanboy, a Google fanboy, a Twitter fanboy, a Facebook fanboy, a Foursquare fanboy, a Gowalla fanboy, and yes, even a Microsoft fanboy. Never mind that most of companies compete with one another, so it would be hard to be a true fanboy of multiple ones without misrepresenting my fanboydom of a few of the others. We'll just say I'm a fanboy and leave it at that. And that leaves me wondering: why wouldn't you want to be a fanboy?

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