Update: Tech Soup calls me an “asshole” — So much for originality
Update: CustomScoop coverage
Update: ValleyWag coverage
Update: TechCrunch’s coverage has launched a global assault on my name, values and identity. Now, the world really thinks they know something about me, when they know nothing at all. It’s just sad that getting pissed off will land major coverage, but my interviews with the world’s elite and everything great and wonderful I’ve done are ignored.
Update: TechCrunch coverage
On Saturday, October 13 at 7:55 PM in Denver, Colorado, I was confronted by Regal Cinemas employee Bryanna Goecke regarding the web cam attached to my shoulder: The entire incident was viewed live and is available below for viewing.
As a 24/7 lifecaster for the past five months, I’ve walked into many theatres with my gear without incident. I’ve purchased tickets, food and more. I’ve talked to managers, cashiers, etc. Mind you, I am fully aware of the issue of piracy, but is it my problem? Of course not. Prior to each movie, I shut off my laptop and stow it away until it’s time to leave. To be an avid moviegoer and face an egotistical power broker such as Bryanna is a real slap in the face.
Furthermore, I average 60,000 viewers a month on my lifecast. What idiot is going to walk into a theatre and broadcast a motion picture considering his/her audience and the possibility that someone will report them?
Would any pirate wear a camera for the public to see? Highly unlikely.